“An editor of Parents Magazine blogs about her personal experience using the Kazdin Method®,”
GoodyBlog.com (July 2008)

Once upon a time, my 3-year-old daughter, Jane, was an amazing sleeper. For more than two years, we’d kiss her goodnight, she’d fall asleep by herself, and we wouldn’t hear from her until morning. However, a few months after she graduated to her big-girl bed, she decided she was afraid of the dark and didn’t want to stay in her room alone (perfectly age appropriate, I know). She started screaming “I don’t want to go to sleep!” or “I can’t close my eyes!” REALLY LOUDLY. Despite my best intentions, I ended up lying down on her floor every night at bedtime (resting on her giant stuffed dog), and often for hours in the middle of the night because I didn’t want her yells to wake her big sister in the next room. It became a big bad habit for both of us…

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