Getting your Child to Listen to Medical Advice

Here are the power struggles you’ll have a difficult time winning: forcing your child to eat, drink, sleep, pee or poop at your whim. However, there are a couple techniques you can try to help them adhere to the medical advice they were given. Avoiding power struggles. Don’t start power struggles with opening them up … Read moreGetting your Child to Listen to Medical Advice

Bedwetting “Cures” that don’t work

Setting a phone alarm throughout the night. I’ve had families that have their child set a phone alarm every 2 hours to go pee. This method is exhausting and doesn’t train the brain to respond to the signal of their bladder filling. Most families also find that without helping their child throughout the night the … Read moreBedwetting “Cures” that don’t work