The M.O.P. Book: Anthology Edition: A Guide to the Only Proven Way to STOP Bedwetting and Accidents (black-and-white version) First Edition
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Every family dealing with accidents or bedwetting should own this engaging and eye-opening book! --Amy McCready, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions and author of If I Have to Tell You One More Time…
Fun, creative, and inspirational! This book will give children confidence and an understanding of how their bodies work. --Dr. Bob Sears, pediatrician and co-author of The Baby Book
About the Author
- Publisher : O'Regan Press; First edition (November 8, 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 156 pages
- ISBN-10 : 099087740X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0990877400
- Item Weight : 11.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.36 x 11 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #970,258 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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This was just the right amount of factual explanation plus humor for a 5 year old boy. This was key to getting our son on board. (That, and some well timed bribes and treats when it felt like a drag.) The few times (at the beginning of our process) that he objected to the enema, we opened up the book to the picture of the fireman with the hose, and that worked to remind him why we were doing it. The poop chart was really helpful (and a bit convicting for all poopers in our family.... just saying) and at the beginning we would examine and compare to the chart... a little scientific observation!
The M.O.P. book is a very quick read for parents, and very helpful, step by step guidance for dealing with potty problems. After reading the book, we started right away on M.O.P. and saw immediate results, which I know are not typical. Encouraged by our results, we kept at it full steam despite a regression about 15 days in. We doubled down, and have been dry now for 25 nights.... enough success to make me confident enough to write a review. I've now told lots of other moms about M.O.P. and have become, it seems, the local expert on chronic constipation. Lots of other friends are afraid of M.O.P., mainly of the enema part, because it seems too yucky. But for me, cleaning up urine-soaked sheets every morning, remaking beds every day is just as yucky. I know we could have regressions in the future, but I feel confident now that we know how to address them.
Right after I publish this review, I'm going to finally cancel my Subscribe and Save order for pull-ups.... never thought it would happen!
I had read It's No Accident years ago and I just knew that the urologist wasn't seeing the problem. We finally broke up with him and I bought the book. We started on phase 1 with Pediatric enemas and didn't see much improvement, so we moved up to the "large volume" enemas. We are on day 5 of those and we have just had our 4th completely dry day/night!!! I couldn't be happier, and my daughter is finally feeling like there is hope. She's a self-conscious kiddo, so she would be quick to tell you that it's not her favorite time of the day. She would tell you though that the high volume enemas are gentler than the pediatric ones, and to not be afraid. She would say to jump in and do it.
Hugs to all of those families who are dealing with accidents way past the age when they "should" stop. This doctor really is onto something that works.
Fast forward through hours and hours of online research and eventually finding this book. This wonderful, amazing lifesaver of a book. This has been my bible for the last six months. Several months after buying, the updated edition came out, which I bought as well. They have both been worth their weight in gold. I have been treating my son (now 3.5) with Dr. Hodges' approach for the last six months and we are finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. The authors encourage having patience with the process, which indeed is so important. And the tweaking of the protocol as we went along... oh, the tweaking. So much tweaking to individualize and figure out what works (and just as importantly, what doesn't work) for my son.
Dealing with this problem has been frustrating and isolating, but this book gave me the tools I needed to be empowered to do something effective about it. I am incredibly thankful for not only this book, but for Dr. Hodges' dedicated focus in this field. The M.O.P. Book should ABSOLUTELY be required reading for any provider treating children and adolescents - I have read account after account of providers not recognizing the problems of encopresis and enuresis for what they are and not knowing/understanding effective treatments for it, and this was my own experience as well. So incredibly frustrating.
Can't say enough good things about this book. Thank you, Dr. Hodges and Suzanne Schlosberg!