Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), can be confusing. The old expression “Boys will be boys,” describes types of behavior that may not be appreciated by parents (or sisters). These behaviors, though typically unwelcome, are rather benign in cause and effect. For instance, a typical boy might think it’s funny to put a frog in his sister’s bed. Two young boys might decide their older cousin’s wedding is the perfect place to show everyone their underwear. Typical boyhood behavior can ...read more
Just Plain Ol’ Boyhood or Oppositional Defiant Disorder?
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