OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANT DISORDER

Noun

This disorder is common in young children, it is characterized by the consistent arguing, negative behavior or resistance to obey and fulfill any commands or tasks, set up either by their parents or other elderly figure. Oppositional defiant disorder or ODD is treatable by following different procedures given by the child’s doctor or counselor or at any therapeutic center. They help carry out different positive tasks and courses that would help the child to fight against their negative behavior and bring out improved interactions and relationship with their adults/parents.