Potty Training Boys – 7 Sure Fire Ways To Mess Up

What most parents fail to realize, when it comes to their children’s regression toilet training (the act of retraining your child to get back on track after having reverted to soiling the diapers after having been potty trained) is that it is not a failure on anybody’s part.

It is not a failure on the part of the parents. It is not a failure on the part of the child.

Regression toilet training is a setback. It is a regression, a reversal of course.

But it is a course that can be easily corrected again. Your child can be brought back on track.

There is no doubt that it can be extremely frustrating for parents to have their children, after having been pretty much potty trained, to wake up one day and decide, whether consciously or unconsciously, voluntarily, or involuntarily, to revert back to the familiar comfort zone of relieving themselves in their diapers, rather than going on the toilet. For whatever reason, unbeknownst to us parents, your child no longer cares to go on the toilet but instead steadfastly insists upon going in the diaper. Regression could be caused by any number of environmental, circumstantial, physical, situational, or psychological factors. Have there been any significant changes in your child’s life recently?

What parents ought to do is treat this setback as an opportunity. If you play the game right at this stage, and ease your child back into regression toilet training, you could effectively “seal the deal” and literally have your child brought back on track, fully potty trained once and for all, never to regress again.

The key to helping your child overcome regression toilet training is to be able to pinpoint and to be able to understand the triggers that may have inadvertently caused your child to enter this regressive phase to begin with.

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