Potty Training Health Center
Experts tout many different methods of potty training. Some of them work for some children or they would not have become popular. A better understanding of the underlying forces that surround this issue will help you identify which of the many suggestions out there are most likely to work for your child.
The most important thing to understand about the potty training process is that it requires loads of patience and a willingness to accept setbacks – and that goes for both you and your child! And don’t forget to recognize all those little successes along the way!
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Dr. Greene, my four-year-old son has a history of withholding bowel movements. He's trained for urine just fine but refuses to poop in the potty or toilet unless under extreme duress, and after a few weeks of trying, we've given him his diapers back. He's now happy to poop eve [...]Read full story