Are you open to taking a break, or do you feel that you need to carry on? With my son i took away the diapers during his waking hours and he was so mad at first but it has been 10 days and he's now potty trained. We just left him naked from the waist down, except for socks bc it's a bit cold out. He peed a couple of times on the carpet and even pooped once. The first time it happen i'm ashamed to admit that i scolded him a bit, but then i realized that wasn't the best approach so for the other accidents i just showed a little mild disappointment on my face and said in my serious voice something like "pee goes in the potty, please use the potty". I NEVER made him sit on there if he didn't want to. There were times we wanted to give up but we pressed on, remained consistent and never deviated from the plan, and it seems to have worked. He hasn't had a waking diaper since December 25! Also, after each pee/poo i gave him a small chocolate - so he'd say "I DON'T WANT TO USE POTTY" at first, and i'd be like "Really? Because if you do use the potty you get a chocolate", and that made him have positive thoughts about the potty. He was naked from the waist down for 8 days, when we had to go outside we'd put him in loose pants which we'd take off as soon as we got inside. Then yesterday we started keeping him in loose pants as that's Phase 2. I've also switched the chocolates for Phase 2 to m&m's as i think we'll need to re-kindle his motivation. Now there have been some accidents with the pants, he's tinkled in them a bit before getting them down all the way and other such things. But that's totally okay, we just help him to the potty (assuming he's willing) and will work on Phase 2 until he's clearly comfortable with the idea of removing pants to use potty. Then we'll move to Phase 3, which will involve a new reward, and underwear. I'm not going to think about night/nap training for a long time because really i think it's fantastic that he's doing so well. Anyway, it is a little Pavlovian what we're doing and i'm sure some ppl would take issue with it, but it works for us. The most important thing is to be consistent, to never falter from the plan, give it a certain amount of time to see if it works, and see it through. Maybe you've already tried this and it didn't work. Sometimes nothing we do with our children gives us the desired outcome, and there is nothing that can be done to achieve the goal we want. If you are truly in that situation then i feel badly for you because i know there is some social pressure and it's tough to let go. But i personally try not to project my own feelings of pressure to do things a certain way on to my children, though obviously i fall short at times. Good luck!!