How Do You Potty Train A Resistant Child?
No, you’re not alone when you see your child looking helplessly up at you while he’s standing in the middle of the grocery store in a puddle of urine. Most moms have experienced this more than once. However, if your child seems to refuse to be potty trained, there may be an underlying cause. Determine if your child is ready for potty training. If he’s too young, he may refuse to use the potty. If this happens, give him a few more months, and start over. Offer him a small potty chair. The adult toilet may seem intimidating for a small child. Turn the responsibility of using the potty over to your child. Maybe if he has nothing to resist, he’ll stop fighting you. Replace his transitional diapers with cloth underwear of his choosing. This can be messy, but he’ll be less likely to poop or pee on his favorite superhero. Allow him to decide when he needs to go potty, and stop reminding him constantly. He knows what the urge to go to the bathroom feels like. Give him positive feedback when he