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"Obviously, I am personally committed to my own BRIEFS(TM) potty training system for many, many reasons even though I recognize that you may choose to another method for potty training your child. However, regardless of your approach, you'll achieve far better results if you remember and use the advice I've provided in the following 5 tips.

1. Your child wants to be potty trained. Study after study confirms that toddlers have a deep and urgent desire to grow, become more independent, and master new skills. So, even if your child is strong-willed, or resistant, he or she wants to achieve this milestone.

2. Potty training a child must never become a battle of wills. Parents who push too hard, punish, or get angry with their toddlers, severely cripple the process. Even worse, they risk jeopardizing their parent-child relationship. Period.

3. Consistency is king. In my opinion, one of the biggest potty training blunders is lack of consistency. Let me explain. Potty training is a learned skill, but until the process begins your child only knows to pee or poop in their diaper. That's what's they're expected to do, yes?

But now, you're changing the rules and if you want them to sink in, you'll need to keep confusion to a minimum. So, be prepared (and make sure others who are in frequent contact with your child does the same) to repeat the exact same advice, using the exact same words, often and regularly.

Also, avoid sending mixed messages. For example, if you expect your son or daughter to use the potty chair, do not let them wear diapers or pull-ups (pull-ups are the biggest potty training inhibitors of all time!). If you do, you'll have no one to blame but yourself, because by doing so, you're giving your child tacit permission to pee or poop in their pants. And, trust me, I've heard every excuse in the book for doing so, but the only legitimate reasons for doing so are in the event of an emergency during the early stages; nighttime diapers initially (and only for a very short time); and/or if your daycare provider has specific rules. However, the last two situations can be eliminated all together by waiting to potty train your child until you wake up to more dry, than wet, diapers and/or scheduling his or her training over long weekends or when they have a break from daycare.

4. According to The American Academy of Pediatrics, your child should be ready for potty training between the ages of 18 and 27 months. By this age, their sphincter muscles (needed for elimination) are fully developed so physically they're good to go. However, pediatricians also agree that developmental signs are better predictors of potty training readiness than chronological age. (If you'd like more details on this topic, read my article titled, "The 5 Best Ways for Determining Whether Your Child is Ready For Potty Training" at the website address in the resource box at the end of this article.)

5. A solid potty-training plan is not enough. You'll get nowhere if you don't act consistently (there's that "c" word again!) and follow the plan to the letter. I cannot emphasize this enough! A solid plan with poor execution is no better than a lousy plan with great execution - you're still going to end up nowhere."

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