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I am going to make a statement and you have to take my word on this one. Potty training is not an innate behavior. In other words, your child was not born with the ability to potty train. Pay close attention to what I am about to tell you. This is the whole secret. Potty Training is a learned behavior. There I said it.

But many people in the medical community tell you otherwise. They tell you to wait. They tell you your child will let you know when he/she is ready. Think about it for a second. If your child is telling you they have to go, did they not already learn the behavior? The answer is yes. The problem is they learned on their own. Doing it this way can take a significantly longer time to achieve success…And some kids can take up to age 5 or 6 to learn potty training when done this way.

Just like your child learns to walk, read, ride a bike, climb stairs…Potty training is learned. If you do not teach them, they will not learn it. So the conventional wisdom of let’s wait for them is completely out the door.

Let me give you a few facts

If potty training is an innate behavior, your child would be born potty trained. What’s innate is crying, eating, pooping, peeing. Those are innate. But controlling the bowels is not innate.

Conventional medicine tells you to wait, but how do you explain that some cultures have their kids fully potty trained by age 4 months. The difference is, in those cultures they teach potty training starting at month 2.

Lastly, kids who are raised in large orphanages or troubled homes do not become potty trained sometimes up to age 9 or 10. Sad, but true fact. But why is that? The answer is simple. They were never taught.

So hopefully you know now that potty training is a learned behavior that must be taught.
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Success Story #1
I was a septic. I am a retired stay at home Dad with a 33 month old son.. I started the program on a Thursday It has been 11 days with only one accident.* He cried big time telling he was sorry. We have been shopping, the park etc. without incident. This was the best money spent as it also gave me the incentive to get it done.

You may use this for endorsement if you wish. In fact I hope you do as this shows Dads can do this to.(results may vary)
                                - Thanks, Al Maybury
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 * Please note your results may vary depending on your child, your consistency and your schedule…in some cases it may take longer than three days to potty train your child.