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Oppositional Defiant Disorder

It is defined by a recurring pattern of oppositional, negativist, defiant, disobedient and hostile behavior directed at authority figures.


  • They get angry frequently. Tantrums of all kinds are very common in them, since they easily lose patience.
  • They discuss continuously with adults.
  • They challenge the rules of adults. They are provocative.
  • Criminal conduct.
  • They blame and reproach others for their own mistakes.
  • They are usually resentful of everything around them. They get upset and irritated easily.
  • They use obscene language. When they get angry, they use offensive words, with the intention of harming.
  • They usually have academic problems.
  • They tend to lie.
  • Chronic disobedience.
  • Lack of adequate social skills.
  • Refuse to comply with the rules or requests.
  • Deliberately upset others.
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Warning Signs

  1. Isolate yourself from society and want to be alone.
  2. Having mood swings, such as euphoria one day and deep discomfort the next.
  3. Feeling trapped or hopeless because of some situation.
  4. Increase the consumption of drugs or alcoholic beverages.
  5. Change the normal routine, including eating and sleeping patterns.
  6. Demonstrate personality changes or feel extremely anxious or agitated, especially when you have some of the warning signs mentioned above.