A 20-year-old female presented with a history of recurrent urinary tract infections, diurnalincontinence, nocturnal enuresis, and voiding difficulty. Imaging studies revealed a thick trabeculated bladder and high post-void residual urine volumes. Urodynamic evaluation demonstrated involuntary bladder contractions and no evidence of bladder outlet obstruction. A full neurological and urological workup were both unremarkable. A thorough history revealed her symptoms were initiated after prolonged and stressful potty training with multiple failed attempts. She developed a dysfunctional voiding pattern consistent with a non-neurogenic neurogenic bladder, also known as the "Hinman syndrome". Successful therapy relies primarily on behaviormodification maneuvers combined with medical therapy to reduce unstable bladder contractions and alleviate bladder outlet obstruction.