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Potty Training An Anal Retentive Daughter

Author: Sarah Kessler
Location: MN, United States
Date: 07-25-2012
Views: 1,909
Word Length: 158
Questions received: 1
Testimonial ID: 7643-OR

My daughter was showing signs of an anal retentive issue when she started potty training. It was very frustrating not knowing how to help her. I tried DiGize, Peppermint, Holy Tea, etc. all trying to help with her problem but since it wasn't constipation these weren't helping.

I read online about training their body with what to do after you eat and have your child sit on the potty for up to 30 minutes. We would put her on the toilet sometimes with success but only after spending a lot of time in the bathroom.

One day it occurred to me that maybe she needed help to relax to go to the bathroom. I smeared Stress Away all over her thighs the next time she sat on the toilet and with in minutes she was able to go to the bathroom.

We kept using Stress Away in this manner until she was able to get over her retentive issue!

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