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    Deal with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) using Four Pro


    Deal with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) using Four Proven strategies?

    If your child displays all or some the following misbehaviors frequently, you may consider this as ODD:

    * Get angry frequently.
    * Talk back to adults.
    * Openly disobey instructions.
    * Thwart rules.
    * Intentionally bother others.
    * Refuse to take responsibility for their actions.
    * Are quick to anger.
    * Tend to be resentful, cruel, or malicious.
    * Speak harshly.
    * Seek revenge.
    * Have temper tantrums often.

    The best way to treat a child with ODD is carrot and stick policy: Use consistent approach to discipline and following through with positive reinforcement of appropriate behaviors.

    1. Develop consistent behavior:

    Ensure that discipline is enforced consistently both at home and in school.

    Apply consequences immediately that condition your child.