Bedwetting is a common problem among children, and it can be a source of guilt and shame for them. While it can be difficult to talk about, it’s important to understand the psychological effects that bed wetting can have on children. In some cases, malicious potty accidents are the result when kids feel guilty or ashamed of their bed wetting and start peeing or pooping themselves on purpose in order to punish themselves for being “bad”. This behavior is often a sign of underlying emotional distress that needs to be addressed by parents or caregivers.

It’s important for parents and caregivers to provide support and understanding when dealing with this issue. It’s also important to help kids understand that bed wetting is not their fault, but rather something they cannot control. With the right support, children can learn how to cope with their feelings of guilt associated with bed wetting.