All children are often naughty, defiant, and impulsive from time to time, which is perfectly normal. However, some children have extremely difficult and challenging behaviors that are outside the norm for their age. These problems may result from temporary stressors within the child’s life, or they could represent more enduring disorders as well. Boys are more likely than girls to suffer from behavioral disorders. Misbehavior, in children, if exceeded beyond limits, demands thorough analysis and treatment because it may fall to behavioral disorders. Behavioral Disorders in children evolve when some negative thoughts or problematic behaviors get rewarded unknowingly or unintentionally.
Behavioral Disorders in children can be classified as –
- Oppositional defiant disorder
Around one in ten children under the age of 12 years are thought to possess oppositional defiant disorder with boys outnumbering girls by one to at least two.
Some behavior of ODD people include –
- Annoyed, Irritated
- Arguing nature most of the times
- Very low self-esteem
- Not obeying rules
- Annoy others
- Blame others.
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Around two to 5 percent of youngsters are thought to possess attention deficit hyperactivity disorder with boys outnumbering girls by three to at least four.
Some behavior of ADHD people include –
- Difficulty in concentration
- Moving from one thing to another without completing
- Restlessness most of the times
- Being accident prone always.
- Conduct disorder
Children with conduct disorder are often judged as ‘bad kids’ due to their delinquent behavior and refusal to simply accept rules. Around five percent of 10-year-olds are thought to possess CD, with boys outnumbering girls by four to five.
Some behavior of CD people include –
- Drugs at a very young age
- Lack of empathy
- Being aggressive always
- Involving in fights
- Lying always
- Run away from home.
Seek help before it is too late for you and as well as your children.