The key to successful potty training – always having a restroom available when your child has to go. Little bodies are not conditioned to “hold it” when nature calls. Your little princess moving from diapers to big girl pants will visit the restroom countless times throughout the day. This is all fine and great when you’re in the comfort of your own home. So what do parents do when they leave the house with their newly potty trained tot and restrooms are less than...

In some cases, children may resent the home or may feel that their problem creates an unpleasant atmosphere at home. Bedwetting affects not just the child afflicted with Enuresis, but rather the whole family. When your child thinks, “This makes home feel terrible.”Parents may disagree over the treatment options, siblings may feel jealous of the attention the child receives or may tease their sibling over the problem. The child may also come to associate his or her bedroom...

Anxiety is a part of people’s feelings, especially in children. Little kids are easily feeling anxious about things in their life including the accident happens at night, bedwetting. No matter how hard you try to explain to your child that bedwetting is something normal and will go away as he grows up, still most of the time he takes it as a big deal because for him and other children, nocturnal enuresis is just for a baby; and they know they are no longer so. With this point...

Insecurity is a bigger problem than many think. It can lead to experimentation with drugs in older children who want to “fit in” and it can lead to a host of destructive behaviors, even in younger children. It can prevent children from trying new things and hold them back from excelling. It can also lead to image problems and feelings of unhappiness or even depression. When your child thinks, “I feel insecure.”No child will simply come right out and say it that way,...

Bedwetting can lead some children to isolate themselves and can also lead to such a low state of self-esteem and happiness that children will stop their regular fun activities as well – even if those activities do not involve sleeping over or even other people. This can be a serious sign of upset and should be taken seriously. Many children who wet the bed show less interest in spending lots of time with others, especially if they are teased or are trying to prevent others...

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