Previous post about how to get someone to wear diapers. In that topic mostly what I heard was to not call diapers, diapers but to call them pads or briefs. As someone who is personally dealing with this myself I absolutely HATED dealing with incontinence. It is embarrassing and humbling. I did everything I could to avoid going back in diapers. When the agency sent people to help they were as persistent as possible to get me in diapers because, as much as I couldn't bear the thought of it I grew to know I had to. Bottom line is when they said to me "lets get a brief on you" I felt like they were talking down to me, as if I'm stupid. I know it's a diaper don't talk to me like I'm not understanding what's going on. My opinion is call it what it is and be understanding of the more important issue, and as an intelligent person who is dealing with this myself the large issue is understanding the whole pride issue for the person dealing with loosing their dignity. We know diapers are diapers don't talk to those of us like we are idiots because that's adding insult to injury. Call it what it is! Give us the respect we deserve but try to make the person understand it's what's got to be done plain and simple.