Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2014
Carol Cline's “Start Potty Training” method - which purportedly has a 97% success rate, has been generating a lot of buzz in the press lately for its innovative, fast-acting approach to potty training. As a result, the program has attracted the attention of Tiffany Hendricks of HonestyFirstReviews.com, prompting an investigative review.
“Unfortunately, a lot of parents procrastinate when it comes to potty training their children,” says Hendricks. “Which is a shame, because waiting too long to start potty training or not utilizing the best approach when potty training can have long lasting consequences, and can lead to some rather disastrous, messy scenarios. As the parent of a young toddler, potty training is a very relevant topic for me. When I heard about Carol Cline’s innovative new three day approach, I was intrigued and eager to review the Start Potty Training guide for our readers.”
Carol Cline’s Start Potty Training program comes in three formats—audio, video and text, so the user can use the format that best suits his or her needs. The course covers a wide-range of topics, including the different approaches parents should take for boys and girls, potty training for twins, potty training for children with special needs, and how to deal with various potty training setbacks. A major theme of the program is how to use the power of positive reinforcement to get results. On this point, the guide contains motivational reward charts, so that the user can track their child’s progress with the training and use positive reinforcement as a key motivator for progress. Finally, the guide offers users the option to send questions and receive answer from Carol Cline herself about how their child’s potty training is coming along.
“Our review explains that, overall, we were quite impressed with Carol Cline’s course. In particular, we particularly liked the fact that the program was designed with the understanding that positive reinforcement is a key motivator to successfully potty training,” reports Hendricks. “The program emphasizes the importance of making potty training a positive experience for your child, so that he or she can be proud of his or her accomplishments, which in turn makes learning fun and the training a lot easier.”
Tiffany Hendricks provides reviews of the best self-help courses, software and digital training programs on her website HonestyFirstReviews.com. Hendricks' Start Potty Training review is available here: http://www.honestyfirstreviews.com/carol-clines-start-potty-training-review-can-it-really-be-done-in-3-days/