Oppositional defiant disorder
Common features of oppositional defiant disorder include excessive, often persistent anger, frequent temper tantrums or angry outbursts, as well as disregard for authority.
If the majority of interactions with the child are focused around correcting their negative behaviors, a cycle of negative interactions is created, where the child expects attention after misbehaving. On the contrary, positive reinforcement and praise not only builds a child’s self-esteem but also serves to strengthen the bond between a child and their caregiver. Exemplu (Youtube)
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