Daphna gives readers the ability to be practical with thorough guidance throughout the process, from start to finish, providing tools, addressing the expected difficulties, and providing useful advice for coping. A wonderful and useful book for all parents, educators, and therapists. Highly recommended with all my heart.
Karin Zohar-Cohen, Ph.D. Experimental psychologist
I actually learned a lot from this book that I simply didn't know. I had no idea that once children used to be potty trained at much earlier ages and that the advent of disposable diapers had caused such a radical change in that pattern. I also didn't realize that early potty training could be so important and beneficial both to parent and to child....
Overall, this book is definitely eye-opening and has many good tips and tricks to help parents with the process of early toilet training. Definitely worth the price if you are facing this issue in your own family life!
Daphna Tayar has written the most comprehensive and informative book on potty training imaginable. Chock full of thoughtful insights and helpful advice, this thorough guide will prove indispensable for new parents attempting to potty train their children. An authority on the subject, Tayar guides parents through every step of the process of teaching their children how to shed their diapers forever: when to start toilet training, how to react to "misses," parental authority and agreement about the process, potty training the developmentally disabled child, even the rare occurrence of encopresis... An outstanding and exceptionally well-written book no parent should be without.
What an amazing book it was! ...This book really helped me to learn various things about Potty training for our babies or toddlers. I found this book well written & helpful. If you guys have any interest about how to train your kid in this matter then never miss your chance to read this book. This read will offer you to learn some practical and proven methods.
Delayed toilet training comes at a heavy price!
Man considers himself to be the crown of creation. Yet, ironically, man is the only being whose offspring walk around for years immersed in their excreta. Up until the invention of the disposable diaper, toddlers used to be toilet trained at about one year of age. Nowadays, they continue to wear diapers until the age of two, three, or even four! This delay comes at a price: harm to the physical and mental health of toddlers and parents, and damage to the family budget and the environment.
Streamline the process with your child and reap the benefits!
Multiple books have been written about toilet training, but this unique volume breaks away from prevailing conventions and reveals the causes behind the harmful tendency to postpone training. It offers parents a practical and proven method for weaning toddlers off diapers at an early age, resulting in enhanced hygiene, health, and self-confidence for their toddlers and an infinitely more pleasant parenting experience.