Getting to Dry: How to Help Your Child Overcome Bed Wetting
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- Discusses pros and cons different treatment options
- Offers in-depth view of causes of bedwetting
- Useful source for both parents and children
- Provides practical solutions and ideas
- Encourages positive reinforcement
Bed-Wetting can be a challenging childhood problem for many families. Getting to Dry is an insightful resource for anyone with a child who faces the challenges of bed-wetting. In this book the authors offers proven strategies to deal with child incontinence and help families overcome bed-wetting. This bed-wetting book discusses the pros and cons different treatment options such as bed-wetting alarms, drug therapies, biofeedback treatment, and changes in diet and sleeping schedules.
Getting to Dry offers an in-depth view of what causes bed-wetting and provides practical solutions and ideas. This bed-wetting book reinforces positive reaffirmation and offers advice on commending children with awards and praise. Although it doesn’t promise any cure, it definitely provides a logical course of action that can help parents deal with the frustrating hurdle of bedwetting.
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|Publisher:||Harvard Common Press; 1st edition (January 27, 1999)|
|Author:||Max Maizels, Diane Rosenbaum Author, Barbara Keating|