There are so many fabulous things about being a woman from planning the perfect wedding with the perfect dress from the time we are old enough to walk to being able to create a human being inside of our bellies to nursing. Our gifts are numerous, our emotions endless.
Being a female gives us the ability to cry without shame when our kids graduate from Kindergarten and when they perform on stage or on the field. We are fierce with emotions, naturally intuitive and know how to spread our wings further than they can actually stretch.
Some things feminine, however, are not so rocking like light bladder leakage when we cry, sneeze, cough, laugh, run, exercise or walk. Light bladder leakage is a norm, but how can we move through the challenge if everyone is silent about it? Lavishly live life out loud with my Incredible Tips For Women To Live Life Confidently.
Challenge Your Challenges With Discussion
How do we start a conversation to conquer the challenge of the wear and tear of life and the effect it has had on our bodies? Let’s look back at our childhood to remember how to take life on!Life is full of change and challenges. Often when we find a challenge it is only termed a challenge because it is something that we are not comfortable discussing. For instance many woman don’t like to talk about personal body issues, or things that happen in or to our body.
The challenge of open and honest discussion is what sets us free, it’s communication on another level. Remember communication is what makes every relationship in life work.
Rekindle Those Delicate Teen Years
Think back in life when you were a young teenage girl. Your body was beginning to develop and suddenly on your chest. Two bumps. For some these blossoming ‘bumps’ were the most awaited for item in their life. However, for others changes in their physical appearance caused them to become further introverted and feeling isolated and sometimes awful.
No matter what you felt, the ‘bumps’ on the chest needed to be contained. It would seem that a trip to the store to get that first bra was in order. Suddenly you were about to announce to anyone in the close vicinity of the lingerie department of any retail store you visited, that you were part of the bra-buying community.
Your simple visit to the store, was putting it out there in the public that you have ‘boobs’ and now it really did not seem that bad that you needed a bra. This was your official coming out.
Actions Take On Challenges
Basically the simple action of picking bras up off of the rack called you out and suddenly something that you might never have talked about before: the breast on your chest soon became commonplace in conversation. As you discussed the bra purchase with your friends, they discussed their purchases with you. Isn’t it funny you were all going through the same fears of change but nobody had ever started the conversation before so it was awkward and uncomfortable?
The more you all talked about it the more common place it became the less introverted you were. Suddenly as it became less awkward to discuss bra buying and body changes, it just was another thing to mark off in your book of life’s accomplishments!
Light Bladder Leakage
Light bladder leakage is exactly the same challenge as getting boobs, it’s just on a different level. Most women will experience light bladder leakage at some point in their life. This doesn’t mean that your peeing your pants on a constant basis. Rather light bladder leakage is a simple, disruptive trickle, when you laugh, sneeze, walk, bend over and just try to live life.
It might happen when you are jogging or running or outside playing with the kids. You feel that warm flush it it was a trickle and now you are mortified and afraid to move as though it might show through your clothes. Suddenly you feel old and introverted, old and certainly don’t have anybody to talk to you about it. Self esteem seems to diminish and life is just a bit bleak.
You don’t want to be judged by others if you say you tell them you have light bladder leakage and you surely don’t want to discuss this with anybody. I mean, how could something like this be happening to you right? Your thoughts immediately head to the “This cannot be normal it just has to be happening to me” and suddenly you were back at the cycle you started with whenever your boobs grew and you had to buy your first bra.
It’s time to lavishly live life out loud and to not worry about light bladder leakage from sneezing and coughing and running and jogging. Start discussing this topic with your friends and you might find it a little more common than you might have originally imagined. In fact, you might laugh so hard about everyone’s different situations that you will have light bladder leakage from the discussion. While this is no laughing matter, you gotta take this head on and work it out.
By no means is it just you laughing and coughing and sneezing and suddenly getting a little trickle in your underwear rather most of your friends are having the same issue. In fact millions of women nationwide experience light bladder leakage. How could each of you possibly know when no one was comfortable enough to start the conversation.
Incredible Tips For Women To Live Life Confidently
Never stop being the person you are, but don’t let body functions take away your self-esteem. Conquer each day with discussion, friendship, and laughter. Seek ways to equalize your stability in navigating uncharted territory by leveling the playing field through communication. Use the gift of gab to discuss, support and walk each other through life’s toughest situations and suddenly a challenge is overcome and defeated.
As I started out saying there is nothing but a woman cannot handle. Being a woman means mounting each challenge with gusto. Taking each different challenge on is survival. Survival is best met with the least resistance and that means discussing openly and having conversations about things you think are too private to discuss.
Once you get a topic out there in the open there is no stopping you think of the world as your own personal microphone. Live life uninterrupted, enjoy all the activities and stop having the fear of leaks!
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Acorn Influence for Poise. Opinions, stories and images are my own, because I believe this topic needs discussed openly and honestly.