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#Bedwetting doesn’t have to define or limit how your child sees themselves. How you react is key. #RestEasyTonight

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Bedwetting means your child’s body is still developing. As TV/film star and dad, Ian, says, it’s completely natural though, and won’t last forever.

Post any of your questions on the causes of bedwetting, and we’ll be
happy to respond.

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As the parent of a child who wets the bed, your ideas about how to manage it may differ from your parents. GoodNites has advice to help you bridge the generation gap with grandparents this holiday season. goo.gl/H0fsyb
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The causes of bedwetting are physiological and something that can’t be controlled. What you can control is how you react.

Got questions about how to help your child manage bedwetting? Ask below; we’re here to help.

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With 5-layer protection, GoodNites help your child feel dry and comfortable at night so they can wake up rested and confident every day.

How do you help set the stage for a peaceful night’s sleep?
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It’s important to let your child know you’re in this together. By creating a supportive environment, you can instill a healthy sense of confidence in your child.

How do you support your child as you manage bedwetting together?

Learn more here: goo.gl/Iv10kt

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The new school year is a chance for new friendships and your child shouldn’t have to miss out on the fun. Read here for tips on helping your child make it to each and every sleepover.

How have you helped your child handle sleepovers?

Learn more here: goo.gl/TMGmm3
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When it comes to bedwetting, it’s important to remind your child it’s nothing to be upset about. Learn more from mom and blogger, Katie: goo.gl/pLN0OF

If you’ve got other questions about how to support your child, let us know. We’re here to help.

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Bedwetting happens because of a physiologic disconnect between your child’s brain and body at night. They are not alone, though. Six million children experience nighttime wetting.

If you’ve got further questions about the causes of bedwetting, post them below and we’ll answer.

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GoodNites ambassador, Ian Ziering, is more than an expert on nighttime wetting. He’s also protecting the nation from tornadoes and sharks!

Catch him in the premiere of Sharknado 4 tonight.
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