#2: Bonding and Positive Vibes
Children who suffer from Oppositional Defiant Disorder can easily grate on your nerves if you live with them.
I sound really cruel now, but that’s simply the reality. Many people who meet such children give out negative, pessimistic vibes and that’s probably because they don’t understand Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
Such children often tend to get much more dictations and commands when compared to other nippers.
Therefore, to cope with this serious issue, I began showering my son with positivity and was very attentive towards him.
It not only helped me establish a new bond with him but it also diminished different behavioral issues over time.
I made it my chief priority to spend time with my son for at least an hour every day.
We tried to dig into diverse topics of his interest such as skateboarding, which he truly loved.
Obviously, it was not that easy in the first place, but things became smoother as we spent more time with each other.
I believe bonding with the kid is the first step to knock out oppositional defiant disorder.