Learn more about why your child’s anger and discover actionable methods to begin using today to help overcome the behavior caused by oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).
Are you and your child struggling to cope with managing or understanding their anger?
Is your child excessively negative, withdrawn, or lacking confidence?
Do you want to discover methods to build happiness for you both?
Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is one of the most common childhood disorders. It affects children and adolescents and is characterized by a range of behaviors, including anger, defiance of authority, aggression, and noncompliance. ODD in adults is often associated with problems in relationships, work, and school.
This powerhouse of a book will introduce you to everything so you can help your child learn, manage, and grow from the effects of ODD. It will make all the difference to your and their future happiness.
Even if you’ve tried other books, are tired, and feel like giving up, with this guide, you will:
- Discover what ODD is without the myths and misconceptions
- Learn why your children behave the way they do and what you can do about it
- Use easy, practical methods and techniques to manage the negative effects of ODD
- Discover self-esteem-boosting tactics for a happy, healthy child
- Be informed on how to respond positively to your child
- Master the art of listening to or sensing your child to use their feelings in your favor
- Find ways to promote healthy communication for all the family
- Explore the powerful use of knowledge of ODD and how it will benefit you and your child
- And so much more.
This book is an eclectic mix of science-based facts and enlightening advice about ODD.
Between 2% to 16% of kids are diagnosed with oppositional defiant disorder at some point during their lives. However, many parents still aren’t sure what to look for or how to react to their struggling child. Like all children, children with ODD need love, care, and support from their parents. Parents should know what to do if their child is sick or injured to help protect them from harm.
Most go through the motions without ever fully being in control of the negative effects of opposition and defiance in our children. It can have overwhelming consequences for the child and parent if nothing is done to rectify it.
Sometimes all you need is someone to point you in the right direction, show you this isn’t your fault, and provide easy habit-forming methods to bring ease to a diagnosis.
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