About 5 five years ago, my baby-boy was diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
In the beginning, trivial affairs led to indignant provocation, which often ended up in the form of long squabbles. However, I knew that it was something serious when I received a call from his school. His teacher informed me that he had become violent with one of his classmates.
Confused about the whole situation, my husband and I blamed the company of bad friends that might have caused all the dramatic changes in his behavior, but after watching a short documentary on oppositional defiant disorder, I realized that the perpetrator behind this disruption was something else.
That was the moment when I pulled up my socks and sought a professional’s assistance without further ado.
It has been a long process but I’m going to share my experiences with you.
If you know anyone suffering from Oppositional Defiant Disorder, I hope these 7 tips are going to help you