Using the Toilet


Focus: Addresses worries and concerns around toileting

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Going to the toilet stirs big feelings for little ones – fear, worry or shame leave them avoiding the toilet. This empathetic social story opens a gentle dialogue around sources of bathroom distress. It validates anxieties about strange sensations, loud flushes, or unsteady seats through friendly illustrations. Most importantly, it offers actionable comfort – reassurance from adults, stool for dangling feet, and tricks like singing or reading. Grounding children in capability, not embarrassment provides simple tools to make pottying feel safe. This judgment-free resource aims to diffuse trauma by meeting children exactly where they’re at on the journey toward bathroom independence.

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