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Common Behaviour Disorders In Children

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Raising a child is a lot of work and raising a child with a behavior disorder can be a pain in the neck. Because being able to tell what's going on with the child isn't going to be easy. In this article, I am introducing to you some common behavior disorders in children. Let's begin;

1. Autism Spectrum Disorder; This is a large range if disorder that can affect a child in a variety of ways. It is considered a neurological disorder, and unlike other behavior disorders, this one shows itself from infant stage. This affects mood, mental state, and also behavior socially. It's estimated that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

2. Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD); This behavior disorder is related to anger. The child will behave physically violent. This is usually common in preschool age children. Thankfully, it starts going away naturally after about 6months of showing up.

3. Bipolar disorder; This is a mental disorder related with a change in anger mood from low to high, and from high to low. Sometimes the mood might even get mixed with others. The individual get angry over unnecessary things and creates a big scene. This case most appears between late teens or early adult years. This case is more common in females than males.

Conclusion; All of these disorders mentioned have no cure but it can all be managed. For the case of oppositional defiant or autism spectrum disorders, my advice for parents with such is to engage in:

Democracy Parenting; Where by you give strict rules, but you are also willing to listen and cooperate with your child.

But for the the case of bipolar, just sign them up for therapy and hopefully all will end well.

Summary; In this article,some common behavior disorders are discussed and advice for parents on how to manage such case is given.

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