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Some psychologists would say that your initial question already is futile - that you can’t win via extrinsic motivation because it doesn’t work. Maybe that’s a bit extreme, but there’s definitely a grain of truth there. So when you want your son to practice, don’t call it “practice” and don’t encourage/send/nag/... him to do his exercises. Instead, think ...


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So, this is a tricky one. I think it requires a bit careful look. I have some ideas about why this is happening. First, she gets the attention she needs by doing that. Especially after a siblings arrives or parents are so busy with the job and and when they realized pooping helps them they do that. The second is, something might happened at the camp. She is ...


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We were starting to see delay toilet use, so we introduced specific times of the day our son has to try regardless if he feels like it. Once in the morning as before going downstairs and starting the day. Once before dinner. Throughout the day we encourage him to tell us when he as to go. Some of these times if he does this without complaints we reward via ...


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