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How can I use your techniques to help my child who wets the bed

Staying dry at night can be a challenge.  One of the main things is not to draw attention to it excessively - especially by using negative language.  Always use encouraging language, particularly when the bed is dry ... say "Well done, that's great".

It is also a good idea to work with a goal with your child.  The goal could be something like "I enjoy waking up being dry as my bladder gets stronger and stronger",  and "When I get the urge to urinate I confidently wake up and go to the toilet".  It's important that visualisation is done with the goal as well, and it can be done just as your child goes to bed.  You can say it to your child as they're asleep too - it's amazing what they hear.

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