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Potty Training Older Children: What You Need to Know

Is it really harder to toilet train older children?

Without a doubt, the best time to start toddler potty training is when he or she is ready. That being said, of course, the earlier, the better. That is because toilet training an older child can sometimes lead to more intense potty training resistance, as they have had more time to become accustomed to using a diaper.

Why do we tend to toilet train older children?

One reason many parents delay the process, is that they feel they need to wait until their child has developed stronger communication skills. The problem, of course, is that what is at stake for potty training to be successful is not strong communication, but rather, the quick elimination of a bad habit. And the longer children have to foster a bad habit, the harder it is to break it!

This is not to say, however, that just because you have an older child, you will necessarily have a more difficult time with potty training. In fact, if you try to train a defiant child just because they have a reached a certain age, there is a high probability you will be met with strong resistance. This leads to its own set of potty training problems! So, if your child is ready, then don't delay!

Luckily, my potty training guide provides you with the advice you need to potty train your child - older, younger, boy or girl - in just 3 days!

Get your copy now!


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