Disruptive, impulse control and conduct disorders involve problems with controlling emotions and behaviors, which results in behaviors that violate the rights of others. Children with these disorders demonstrate behaviors that break expected social rules. They often come in to conflict with peers, teachers, parents and other authority figures.
Although Anna has ADHD, she keeps on persevering with a zeal and passion for life and all her experiences. Anna is a people person. She has a sincere and genuine caring nature toward others.
Gina McDowell gives us the obvious and not so obvious signs a child may need therapy.
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