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Potty Training Regression: What it Means and How to Deal

Child potty training regression is not uncommon. There are many reasons why this may happen. However, most often, a change in the child's life is responsible - for example, the birth of a new sibling, a divorce, or a change in schools or teachers.

On the other hand, another common reason why toddlers regress is that they are ready to move on to learning another skill, since they have already mastered potty training. For example, many parents might have noticed that when their child was a baby, he would use all his strength and determination to learn how to crawl and walk, and then once he'd done it, move on to another skill and leave that one behind. Similarly, the child may simply be "too busy playing" (i.e. learning other new skills) to remember to use the potty. On top of this, he may be a stubborn child who has a strong personality.

For parents, these potty training problems can be troubling to say the least, but fortunately there are many ways you can overcome potty training regression. For starters, it's crucial that the method used to teach the child how to toilet train was the best and most efficient one possible. If your child had a negative experience, the possibility for regression increases substantially.

To toilet train a difficult child, it is so important to give your child the best possible chances of success. The potty training ebook uses a method that has a proven track record of getting children potty trained in only 3 days.

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