Is your child having frequent temper tantrums and arguing with you a lot? Are you upset because your child doesn’t follow the rules at home and school? Does your child act in a way that annoys people for no apparent reason, seeks revenge and throws tantrums in public? Then keep reading! Parenting may seem like a never-ending fight, particularly as your kid gets older. But parenting with ODD is more stressful. Your child’s conduct, however, is not always innocent. Their unwarranted aggressiveness and disobedience might sometimes imply something different. ⚠ According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, between 2 to 16 percent of school-aged children and teenagers suffer from Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). The majority of cases are discovered in children. Children with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) are rebellious, angry, and uncooperative with classmates, parents, teachers, and other authority figures. They irritate others more than they irritate themselves. Accepting that your kid will act in difficult ways is the first step in managing youngsters’ oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). Your youngster will benefit from a solid strategy. An effective behavior management strategy may also assist you in dealing with your child’s difficult behavior. Parenting children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD): The Comprehensive and modern guide for parents and teachers: is your guide to help you understand and make your and your child’s situation better. It includes topics: What is ODD? ODD causes How to interact with ODD child ODD Parenting practical tips Improve your parent skills for ODD Tips for managing ODD symptoms at school and many more This book has strategies that work for parenting children with the oppositional defiant disorder. Don’t wait for your kid to “grow out” of a bad habit. Understand the reasons behind your child’s behavior and figure out ways to encourage good behavior while managing problematic behavior. This book will assist you in supporting your kid in managing strong emotions, increasing social skills, and working on building family ties, but the first step is up to you! So what are you waiting for? Grab the book for free now and make your life and your kid’s life easy!