If a beloved family member is reaching a time of life when he or she needs adult diapers, they probably won't be the first one to say it. But, you'll probably know when your loved one needs to make this change, and understanding how to talk to them about it will go a long way. You can start by stating that incontinence is actually quite common in both men and women of various ages. Normalizing it can help someone become more comfortable with accepting the fact that they have it, and with addressing it. You can also talk about the stress-reducing benefits of wearing this product. If your relative or friend suffers from incontinence but doesn't wear a diaper, then he or she is probably constantly worried about having an accident, or not being near a restroom when nature calls.