Best approach to Potty Training.

When I started potty training my daughter two years back many parents around me suggested a child-led approach is better than a parent-led approach which is true as it is easy for parents and less power struggle but now as a consultant and working with families, I found both approaches are fine as it depends on the family requirements or moreover can say no one size fits all! Many Parents are happy and have success with a parent-led approach.

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Potty Training Break.

The potty break is a sometimes necessary part of the potty training process. There are several reasons why a potty break may be required, such as when a child is not emotionally ready for training or is struggling to learn the process. In such cases, taking a break and giving the child more time to adjust to the new routine is important.

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False Alarms in the Potty Training

False alarms mean when the child thinks they need to eliminate but once they sit on the potty they change their mind because they don’t want to go. These are the false signals especially passing the gas. My 3.5-year-old daughter is learning these false signals these days, and I am happy she understands her body. They are different from accidents.

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