Hi, Iam a mother of 3 kids,2 boys and recently we had a baby girl 1 month old.my boys r 9 and 6 years old. Recently my 6 yr old started wetting his bed, he says it's due to bad dream, or some random answers he gives.iam really concerNed about him,as I myself had very bad PND after him and Iam at high risk to get now aswell,due to New baby. We husband and wife do have arguments in front of them, I don't know the reason as to why my little boy is wetting his bed ,can u help please, thanks
First, address the relationship between you and your husband. It is not reasonable to be introducing that sort of stress to your children. Second, do not ask your son why he is displaying this behavior. He is not doing it willfully. If he had been completely toilet trained before this regression, he will return to baseline. Be patient and supportive, not critical or upset. In the bigger picture, it is not a major issue.
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