Good-bye Diapers

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Berkley Books, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 193 pages
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Now repackaged with a bright new look -- our popular parents' guide...

Every parent worries about toilet training. But this new stage in a child's life can become a time of learning and accomplishment -- without all the stress. This simple guide answers the questions every parent asks: -- Is it too soon to start? -- How do I discuss it with my child? -- How can I send a message of encouragement? -- What should I do about "accidents?" -- Is it taking too long? -- How can I reinforce good toilet habits? -- and more

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Contents

Introduction
1
Attitude
3
The Process of Elimination
21
Choosing a Potty
25
Approaches to Toilet Training
35
First Steps
51
Goodbye Diapers
69
The OneDay Intensive Approach
77
Toilet Training the Older Child
93
General Tips
99
Defining and Preventing Bedwetting
133
Encopresis Fecal Soiling
145
Special Situations
155
Stories
183
Oh What a Relief It Is
193
Copyright

About the author (1994)

BATYA SWIFT YASGUR is a freelance writer of both nonfiction and fiction. She won the 1995 Mystery Writers of America's Robert L. Fish Award for Best First Published Story and the Coalition of Alternatives in Jewish Education's David Dornstein Memorial Creative Writing Award for short fiction. She is the author of America: A Freedom Country (published by the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service), the project through which she met Hala, one of the sisters whose story is told in Behind the Burqa. She is also the coauthor of Women at Risk, a book about cervical cancer and the HPV virus.

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