Paruresis is an anxiety disorder where individuals develop a phobia of urinating in restrooms where other people may observe them. In some cases, the fear of urination in public places may lead to anxiety about not being able to urinate even in restrooms where they feel most comfortable. Paruresis can lead to avoidance and isolation for fear of not being able to urinate.
Examples of games where peeing is an important mechanic: - Postal 2 : You can pee on yourself if you're on fire to put out the fire. If it runs low it will impact sims overall mood negatively a low mood has negative impact on many aspects of the game, for example job performance and willingness to practice skills. If it hits the bottom the sim will wet themselves making their "hygiene" meter go into the red, having a dramatic effect on their overall mood and making nearby sims react with disgust to the sim in question until they take a shower.
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Not to be a party pooper, but bars and restaurants have been putting screens in front of men while they pee for years now. Does the fact that the screen is integrated in to the toilet really change anything? So you head to then bathroom, go to the urinal, unzip, and wham!
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I have recently self-diagnosed myself with having avoidant paruresisor being "pee shy," and was wondering if any arsians are in a similar situation. Feel free to email me or post here. The condition seems to be a combination of mental-fears with a physical, bodily reaction the contraction of muscles.