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Ocean in View – O the Joy! A Freelance Writer Gets Giddy

How one freelance writer went from nervous newbie to profitable professional in less than one year. The joys aren’t limited to commuting in bunny slippers. The greatest thrill lies in success and helping other aspiring writers to build businesses of their own.

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Coping with Bedwetting: The Morning Pee Report

One of the worst times of the day for a child struggling with sleepwetting challenges is the morning. Here’s some advice for parents about how to make that a lot easier for their children. Following these tips, you can help your child learn some valuable lifelong habits.

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Coping with Bedwetting: In for the Long Haul

What do you do when your bedwetting child outgrows GoodNites pull-ups? Why, you go shopping online, of course. Of course there are pitfalls in this plan – but you can avoid them if you’ll take some quick advice.

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Bedwetting Tips: Buying a Bed Wetting Alarm

Bedwetting is a problem that may just go away – or it may not. And it may take months – or years. Part of dealing with a chronic condition is the quest. In this case, parents need to help their children get through this challenge by researching and then trying different products and remedies. The array of alarms can be overwhelming, but here is an introduction.

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Bedwetting Tips: What about Traveling?

Family vacations and trips to Grandma’s house might seem overwhelming to parents of bedwetting children. Follow these handy tips, and you can hit the road without worrying. It might not be easy – you’re still traveling with kids, after all – but it’ll be worth it.

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Coping with Bedwetting: Dealing with Bullies

Having a child with bedwetting issues is stressful to begin with. You know you are already dealing with your child’s sense of inadequacy, your own loss of sleep, and the general stress of how to fix this problem. You wouldn’t think anything could actually make this worse- until your child starts getting invited to sleepovers.

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Tools to Deal with the Bedwetting Dilemma

If your family is dealing with a bed wetter beyond 3 or 4 years of age, then you know how frustrating, intrusive and embarrassing this problem can be. At our house we have lost countless hours of sleep dealing with nocturnal accidents. Even so, I am glad to be a parent dealing with this problem today rather than 50 years ago. Through my son’s struggles with bedwetting, my own anxiety, and research, I have been able to find solutions to deal with a lot of the related issues.

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So, Your Child Wets the Bed - Why?

Welcome to the club! It’s probably not a club you ever dreamt of joining, but you’re in it anyway. The good news is that chances are, your membership will be short-term. Most kids start staying dry before starting school. Each year after that, the percentage of bedwetters decreases even more. There aren’t very many kids who go off to college needing diapers – it does happen, but it’s really pretty rare.

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