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Oppositional Defiant Disorder in children?

My boyfriend’s son has Attention Deficit Disorder, and I’m wondering if he may also have Oppositional Defiant Disorder. I’ve done some basic research on the internet, but I am wondering if anyone out there has experience with ODD, and may be able to point me in the direction of some more in depth research articles or websites. Thanks in advance!

No offense, all these Disorders are going to my head. GAH! Oppositional Defiant Disorder? It’s called a kid acting out and being rebellious, I mean really, it doesn’t take a genius to point that out.

If his son is so bad, then I would suggest tough love parenting as a last resort. If the kid brought home weed or something and got caught, don’t be so hard the first time, but after that, you can come down hard on him, and that goes for pretty much everything else, except things that endanger him or others seriously.

Oppositional Defiance – Easy Strategies for Dealing with Odd Disorder

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Why is children’s mental health so widely disagreed on?

EAch doctor see something else, labels it one thing (Adhd) another doctor says aspenger (low spectrum Autism) another Bipolar, another odd or Conduct Disorder. all with the same titles and education. How do you ever really know what is wrong with your child? And how do you make sure your child is getting the correct treatment is the diagnose is so different?
Is their a test that can watch brain activity, to see if something is wrong with the way a brain is suppose to work?

Diagnosing a Mental Illness is often very difficult, because there are so many variables, especially with children. With children under 18 some behavior is appropriate at one age but then most out grow it. Mental Health Issues are NOT an exact science like most or at leastt many physical illnesses.
Occasionallyy there are blood test or MRI but not usually. and let face it with younger children they often have some trouble expressing how they are feeling.
As far as the best diagnosis, I would go to the best Psychiatrist that you can find, one that specializes in children- youchild’sd’s age. I would not take a child to a general pract. for a psych. evaluation-they just do not have enough experience or training to stick a label on your child for life. Most doctors are reluctant to give a Bipolar diagnosis until well past 18 yrs. If I can answer any other specific questions please email me. God Bless REGGIE

Medication for Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder

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