Here are selected podcasts, interviews, and articles about It’s No Accident and related topics.

Positive Parenting Solutions


Amy McCready of Positive Parenting Solutions and Dr. Hodges hosted a live, one-hour presentation and discussion that included a Q&A session with a global audience. Parents from far and wide — Ecuador, Norway, Germany, even Qatar! — got to ask their pressing questions about MiraLAX, enemas, X-raying for constipation, potty training, and lots more. Chances are, your questions were answered!

To listen to the presentation and discussion, simply “post-register!”

Also, in his Positive Parenting Solutions guest post, “5 Myths About Bedwetting,” Dr. Hodges explains that no, bedwetting isn’t normal, and no, it’s not caused by deep sleeping, an overproduction of urine, and all the other reasons typically cited but not backed up by evidence.

Dr. Laura Markham of Aha!Parenting
Hear Dr. Laura Markham’s interview with Dr. Hodges about bedwetting and accidents!

Janet Lansbury
In a provocative post, “3 Reasons Kids Don’t Need Toilet Training,” parenting expert Janet Lansbury cites “It’s No Accident” as evidence that children don’t even need to be “potty trained” in the traditional sense.

Another Mother Runner Radio #108
In a hilarious and amazingly honest podcast moms Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea chat about poop, bedwetting, school bathrooms, Miralax, enemas, and “that time we had to dig a super-hard poop out of John’s butt using a spoon.”

Real Mom Nutrition
Blogger and author Sally Kuzamchek writes that reading It’s No Accident “was a lightbulb moment for me” and ultimately the book helped solve her son’s bedwetting.

The Real Reason Your Kid Wets the Bed: The simple cause your doctor probably missed

The Dangers of Potty Training Too Early

New York Times
When Bedwetting Isn’t an Accident

Washington Post
What happened to Zoe Rosso, the toddler who got kicked out of school for too many accidents

The Huffington Post
Behind The U.S. Potty Problem Epidemic

A Doctor Responds: Don’t Potty Train Your Baby

Here’s what the media reported about Dr. Hodges’ study about bedwetting, published in Urology.




Medical Daily