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How do you cope best with a child suffering from ODD?

  1. xXSweetiXx profile image60
    xXSweetiXxposted 6 years ago

    How do you cope best with a child suffering from ODD?

    Personal and professional ideas to help others cope. In return creating a positive environment for the child and family.

  2. Admiral_Joraxx profile image81
    Admiral_Joraxxposted 6 years ago

    Hey xXSweetiXx what do you mean by a child suffering from ODD?

  3. xXSweetiXx profile image60
    xXSweetiXxposted 6 years ago

    Meaning children that truly suffer from Oppositional Defiance, regardless of age. My son is 11,and has ODD, so we have met some wonderful families, and have learned different techniques through the years.

  4. Savvycruzr profile image60
    Savvycruzrposted 6 years ago

    Wow! xXSweetiXx,

    I've just learned something NEW from YOU today. When I looked at the title of your question, I initially thought you speaking a dialect of ancient Greek, because I've never heard about "ODD." I'm reading about ODD now via Google and I found this information at:

    www.guidancefacilitators.com/odd2.html

    www.smartdisciplinesystem.com/stopdefiance


    To your success!:-)

    -Savvycruzr

 
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