#1
Shy bladder seems to be contagious. I never had it until I knew somebody that had it. I found myself thinking of them when I went to the bathroom. Then before I knew it I had too. I sincerely hope none of you get it from reading this but if you do you will know how to defeat it also.
So there I am like 20 years old and I can't pee in front of somebody. I can't even pee if I know there's a good chance somebody will walk through the door. This lasted for the better part of 10 years. I was playing in a band and suffering with it. We would go on break, I would have to urinate the bathroom was crowded and there was no way and I had to hold it at all night long if there wasn't convenient spot outside.
I had had enough I made a promise to myself. I vowed "I will never hold it in again, I don't care if it's 20 below zero and I have to walk a mile to find a spot to pee and I'm late getting back, whatever happens I'm never going to hold it again.

I meant it. So break time came, I went to the bathroom and it was full of people so I went outside. Break time again the bathroom was empty but I still couldn't pee because I knew there was a very good chance someone could walk through the door so I went outside.
In a very very short time I found myself being able to pee in front of people easily. Because I knew that if I did not I was going outside, the pressure was gone there was no panic of" oh no I won't be able to urinate" I knew that I was no matter what.

That's just it. When you make that promise to yourself you have to be true you have to mean it. Never-hold-it-in-again.

It is not an uncommon syndrome and I have the cure and it's not patented and it's free.
#2
i have a neurological bladder dysfunction and i find this offensive
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#4
best way to get past the fear of peeing in front of people is by peeing on people.
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#5
I got over it by realizing how much it intimidates shy guys when somebody walks up to a urinal and spends two minutes pissing out a gallon of coffee and beer.
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#8
i can pee no probs is dropping a deuce that i can't do and people keep getting mad at me for going outside

#9
I'm more worried about wiping in a public bathroom and there's other people around to hear me cuz I'll wipe and wipe until it's clean.
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#10
I found it helps if you just concentrate on something else than trying to pee when you're standing there. Start thinking about random shit, usually works.
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#11
Repeatedly shouting the word "cocks" over and over again certainly helps. At least either people leave the room or join in.
#12
it often takes me half a minute to get going just because I tend to hold it in for ages and forget so it's hard to shut off that reflex and go, even if I'm alone in the room.

makes it look like I got some shy bladder thing going on at times when that isn't the case.

it's better when I'm drunk though cause I can be all like "idgaf" while standing there waiting instead of being anxious about people assuming I'm anxious.


can take a shit no problem though as long as anyone in the nearby stall didn't see me enter and doesn't see me leave.
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#13
The trick is looking the person next to you in the eye, laughing and saying something along the lines of "haha you don't happen to know where the on-button is on this thing, do ya?"