1. I feel sorry for any child who wets the bed.
2. I try to help him/her not to be upset.
3. It's a pity the bedwetting stops him/her doing so many things.
4. It's embarrassing to be a bed wetter.
5. I don't mind the washing because he/she can't help it.
6. I tell him/her it does not matter.
7. Bed wetting usually clears up on its own.
8. I find It difficult to get used to wet beds.
9. Alter a wet bed I show him/her I am disappointed.
10.I try to make him/her realize the unpleasantness the bedwetting causes for others.
11.The bedwetting is a nuisance to the rest of us
12.I don't see why my child can't be dry when other children can.
13.Children could stop bedwetting if they tried hard enough.
14.If he/she would grow up a bit we wouldn't have all the trouble with wet beds.
15.I punish my child for bedwetting.
16.A smack following bedwetting never did any harm.
This instrument can be found in: Fischer‚ Joel.‚ Corcoran‚ Kevin J. (2007 ). Measures for Clinical Practice and research: A sourcebook. (4th ed.). NY. Oxford University Pr. Vol. 1‚ Page (s): 398-399.
Butler‚ Richard J. (2001). Impact of Nocturnal Enuresis on Children and Young People. Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology‚ 35(3)‚ 169-176.
Butler‚ R.J. (1986). Parental Tolerance Scale (PTS). In Fischer‚ Joel.‚ Corcoran‚ Kevin J. (2007 ). Measures for Clinical Practice and research: A sourcebook. (4th ed.). NY. Oxford University Pr. Vol. 1‚ Page (s): 398-399.