Bedwetting can make kids feel guilty and ashamed. Their self-esteem can suffer. It can also impact their social lives, keeping them from having sleepovers or going away to camp.
It’s important to focus on positives. Regularly remind kids of their strengths and celebrate successes.
Parents and caregivers should also talk to their child’s health care provider. Bedwetting itself isn’t a health problem. But it can sometimes be a sign of a medical issue, especially if kids also start having daytime accidents.
activity to help kids see their strengths