How Do You Potty Train Strong-Willed Children?
If you’re struggling with potty training a strong-willed child, you’re not alone. First of all, you should remind yourself that sooner or later your child will be potty trained. In the meantime, as you face piles of dirty laundry or comments from insensitive peers, consider the following tips for potty training your stubborn child. Start potty training when your child is ready, which may be months after you are ready. When your son or daughter starts to talk about using the potty, notices that other kids aren’t wearing pull-ups anymore or asks you questions, that’s a good sign. Make potty training comfortable for your child. Large toilet seat can be intimidating and frightening for small kids. A training potty or a potty seat will make the process more comfortable for your strong-willed child. Resist the urge to constantly force the issue. When children get older, accidents aren’t comfortable and can be embarrassing, something that will spur them toward their potty at their own time. C