What to Say to Someone Managing Incontinence
How well do you communicate with others? Experts say there are essentials characteristics that make great communicators. Some of these include top-notch listening skills, constant eye contact, empathy, respect and knowing the right time to be silent. How we talk to our family members and friends about sensitive issues like incontinence matter to their well-being more than we think. There may be phrases that we say, which we think aren't harmful but can cause pain to our loved ones. We may not always know the right things to say during difficult situations, so we've created a cheat sheet that you can use with your loved one that may be going through some type of bladder or bowel leakage.