Episode 36

Tweet of The Week @understoodOrg goal is to help the millions of parents whose children, ages 3–20, are struggling with learning and attention issues. They want to empower them to understand their children’s issues and relate to their experiences. With this knowledge, parents can make effective choices that propel their children from simply coping to truly thriving.

Listen to the FULL INTERVIEW  with Get Connected Dad Julian Caldwell. CLICK HERE

 

        Get Connected Dad Julian Caldwell

 

Question 1 Toddlers & Toilets

Dear Sue, my son Marti who is 2 and half, is struggling to get the hang of using the potty. Have you got any tips?’ Julio Campbello from Madrid, Spain

Article 1.

Toddlers and Toilets – A Simple but Fabulous – Potty Training Tip !

Article 2.

Does it feel like your child will still be wearing nappies on their wedding day? The good news is you’ll probably have cracked potty training by then!

Article 3

Potty Training Tips: Poo Problems

Article 4

Soiling (Encopresis)

Article 5

Potty training tips

 

Are toddler tantrums driving you mad?

  • Are you dealing with the ‘Terrible Twos?’
  • Do you suddenly have a fussy eater on your hands?
  • Is it nearly impossible to get your toddler to stay in their bed at night?
  • Are you struggling to potty train your toddler?

I understand.

Although toddlers are generally such fun, this period of childhood can be exhausting, frustrating and challenging. Sometimes we just don’t know what to do!

What if I told you that there are simple ways to solve these problems? The tools, strategies and techniques that I want to share with you are totally different. They work. They reduce your stress and bring more harmony to your family. I can help you become a more relaxed, positive and confident parent. If this interests you click on the link below and let me help.

PRODUCT My TODDLER SYSTEM 24 weeks of great advice

Discover the Secrets to Parenting Toddlers.

All you need to know to bring up a happy, confident, well-behaved toddler.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Question 2 Sleep Overs

Dear Sue, my 13 year old has been invited over for a sleepover, but I don’tknow the parents of her friend very well. How do I handle this? Sophie Osmund from Cheam in Surrey.

Click on the articles

Article

SLEEPOVERS – A CHECKLIST

CHILDREN JUST NEED SLEEP, NOT SLEEPOVERS!

PRODUCT Navigating the choppy waters of the teenage years – the blueprint for parents of teens