Why Daytime Accidents Resolve Before Bedwetting

Let’s say your child is learning to read. You expect she’ll be able to decode “cat” before she can read “flower” and well before she can work out “thorough,” right? We all accept that learning to read is a process — one that happens in fits and starts and that each child experiences differently. Well, resolving accidents is a process, too! Yet many parents, once they embark on M.O.P. (the Modified O'Regan Protocol), expect their child’s toileting issues to resolve quickly and all at once. That’s just not how children’s physiology works. I often hear: "Enemas didn't work for us," or “M.O.P. isn’t working. It’s been 30 days and my son is still wetting the bed.” But when I probe further, I lear

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