Parenting A Defiant Child

Parenting A Defiant Child

A Sanity-saving Guide to Finally Stopping the Bad Behavior

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Defiant children can be abrasive, irritating, and aggressive, intentionally provoking adults, defying authority, and antagonizing siblings. Children exhibiting defiant behavior exist on a spectrum ranging anywhere from spoiled to those who meet the diagnostic criteria for Oppositional Defiant Disorder. For the millions of families desperate to fix a situation that is out of control, this book offers supportive and instructive techniques proven to move children from defiance to compliance.

Parenting a Defiant Child lets readers know that the problem is not their fault, and that by using the right strategies, in time, the problem can be successfully resolved. Parents, teachers, family counselors -- anyone facing the challenge of raising or working with a disruptive child -- will find the encouragement and guidance they so desperately need to help the children in their lives overcome their conduct problems and regain a much-needed sense of balance and joy.

Publisher: New York :
ISBN: 9780814474686
Branch Call Number: ANF 649.64 HALL
Characteristics: 222 p. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Hall, Nancy D.


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