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Besides the humiliating tactics suggested by snarfywarning (which will accomplish nothing but an escalation of tension and a deeper burying of the underlying cause), how would one go about 'making' the child clean it up?

I can see how this would be frustrating and disturbing behaviour. It seems to me there must be some underlying issues at play. Has he ever had issues with peeing the bed? Is he feeling powerless in any situations in his life? Does he like his bedroom? Is he depressed? Has he exhibited any other unusual behaviours recenly?
 

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Thanks, Ms. Mom.


I feel so much "lighter", having been able to get to the heart of it & come to some understanding. Many parenting issues don't get to that point for a long time, let alone in the same day. I feel blessed.
: That could be just the pg hormones talking, but boy does it feel good right now.


Shannon
you rock.
 
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