Dealing With a Stubborn Potty Training Child? Here’s a New Resource You Should Check Out!
In the potty training business, I hear back from a lot of parents of toddlers about a variety of behavioral issues that come up on a fairly regular basis. Commonly, toilet training problems aren't a failure of the child to understand the process but rather a failure of the child wanting to cooperate!
A child in a bad mood is a child who isn't going to want to learn to use the potty, or to listen to basic directions, or to want to please his parents. These behaviors carry over into each and every aspect of you and your child's day.
Recently, I've learned about a great new audio course for parents about how to deal with stubborn toddlers. It is put together by a gentleman named Chris Thompson, who is an expert in something called “neuro-linguistic programming” (NLP), which is a method of using words to make people feel differently about things, or to persuade them. He teaches you specific words and phrases to use that magically "connect" with your child.
I'll let Chris's information page tell you more about his program and let you decide for yourself if it might be right for you. I think it's worth a few minutes of your time to check it out. To learn more, visit this link: Dealing with Terrible Twos
Post by Suzanne Riffel, author of "The Potty Boot Camp: Basic Training for Toddlers"
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