Four years ago I walked with the nephew in park. Usually few people there walk. But that day there was a flower show. Therefore many people have come to park. In park have installed many special advertising flower beds. Near to each bed have installed trading stalls where advertised flowers were on sale. On each lamppost have hung up special tablets: the crossed out peeing boy and the crossed out peeing dog. Toilets were in the park end. Probably my nephew has decided that it is too far! I have got to talking with the owner of one of trading stalls. During this moment my nephew has lower his pants and has peeing on edge of an advertising bed directly in the face of all. In that flower bed, in which urinated my nephew, the fountain has been installed: a boy holding a ewer (it was not working). Apparently, my nephew decided to help this boy. The owner of a bed has been shocked. I had to apologise long! Interesting that my nephew was not confused at all! When I have prepared the camera to photograph the nephew he have looked at me a sight as if I behave not correctly, instead of he! After it of a case I have led educational discussion with the boy.
Now my nephew 9 years old. And he is at ease when pees. At a time when the other boys turn their backs to the bushes or moving to a tree, my nephew just begins to pee where he is currently, without telling me. Of course, he will not pee in a place where he plays, but also to retreat far to hide behind a tree, too, will not. And it is the bad habit of pee down from the tree in front of everyone! It is not modest, and one day he might just fall off the tree! What I would not say him, nothing helps.
However, I was more concerned with the question of how to wean him from peeing down, standing on a tree.
He refers to it as a game. He says that he does not hesitate, because this is natural and fun. In truth, he is very innocent in their arguments. I'm worried not so much an ethical dimension, but his health. He has to keep one hand on the tree, and the other to make their wet things. One day it may fall.
Tell me please, what advice would you give this child?