Are you suffering through your kid's potty training because . . . your toddler has peed on your in-laws' carpet again? Your best friend's kid is already trained (even though he's two months younger than yours)? You're not allowed back at the community pool until your wee one is old enough to drive? If you have children, you're going to have to potty train them. At least there's a glimmer of hope. Amidst all the headaches (and heartaches), Potty Training Sucks is the only book that feels your pain. Veteran potty trainers Joanne Kimes and Kathleen Laccinole cover: potty training doo-doos and don'ts; handling accidents (an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of poop); the respective troubles of training boys and girls; and how to maintain your sanity through it all. With the signature hilarity that has made the Sucks series a hit, Kimes and Laccinole tackle number one, number two, and all the accidents in between on the way to full-time underpants.