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Posted by Stacy on September 07, 2000 at 12:06:00:

In Reply to: Re: Potty Training dilemma - help! (desperate) posted by Chloe on July 24, 2000 at 09:19:45:

This may make you feel uncomfortable, but let her see you go to the bathroom. Most All children mimic , and if they see that it is ok for you. Also let her wear underware, she may have accidents, and be messy but having wet panties are worse! Be consistent when you go, take her with you and try to get her to go. Also leave some of her favorite books handy so she can sit an look at books while she waits. Then be patient. Also look for the signes, holding her self, and the dancing.

My daughter who is 5 now and was diagnosed as Autistic, has been potty trained for over a year. Goes through the night dry. This is what I did. And it worked when she was ready she had no problem. Picked it up like a pro.

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