200 million people suffer from incontinence. If you are above 45, up to 50% suffer from it.
Yet we are told it is normal and we need to learn to live with it.
Yes, it is common but NOT normal! And no, you don’t need to live with it.
Let me paint a vivid picture for you. Imagine attending a family gathering, surrounded by loved ones and joyous laughter.
Suddenly, without warning, you feel that dreaded sensation—the uncontrollable urge to empty your bladder. Your heart races as you frantically search for a bathroom, desperately trying to avoid the humiliation of an accident in front of your family. It’s a horrifying scenario that can shatter your confidence and leave lasting emotional scars.
That was me not too long ago.
I was literally there in that photo you see. Laughing on the outside but shit scared that I might pee my pants on the inside.
Today, I love jumping on trampolines with my kids. I run marathons. I do all the things I was asked not to do.