“How to Potty Train” Part 6: Dealing With Anxiety
- October 2, 2012
- by Melissa Lawrence
Welcome to the last segment of my “How to Potty Train” series! I hope you’ve enjoyed hearing about my potty-training experience with my five children and that my tips and tricks have helped!
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Today we’re talking about anxiety. When you’re potty training your toddler, you as the mom can feel a great deal of anxiety. I know I felt that potty-training stress!! It can also be difficult to deal with other competitive moms who potty train early.
Comparing Parenting Styles and other Potty-Training Problems
This stress over how to potty train can come from your own insecurity and also from comparing your child to other kids. It’s totally ok if your child isn’t potty training as quickly as their peers. Every child learns to potty train at different rates! Watch my video for more on how to handle this as a mom and for thoughts on my own experiences. Wishing all moms out there stress-free potty training!
You might also like:
- “How to Potty Train” Part 1: Potty-Training Readiness
- “How to Potty Train” Part 2: Essential Potty-Training Equipment
- “How to Potty Train” Part 3: My 5 -Step Potty-Training Plan
- “How to Potty Train” Part 4: Potty Training Without Pull-Ups
- “How to Potty Train” Part 5: Why I Don’t Use Potty-Training Incentives