Week 4 Class: Discipline and Behavior
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8-Week Parenting Class from ADDitude
Answers to the Discipline Questions You Were Too Exhausted to Ask

Discipline Secrets for Exhausted Parents
All kids resist rules sometimes, but children who have ADHD tend to put up more of a fight. To rein in rebellious, impulsive ADHD behavior without creating a power struggle, parents must be patient, persistent, and creative. Here are six common problems — and discipline strategies »

Why Is My Child So Angry and Defiant? An Overview of Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Why Is My Child So Angry?
Forty percent of children with ADHD also develop oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) — including chronic aggression, frequent outbursts, and a tendency to argue. Learn more »
The Magical Thinking of ADHD Brains — and How It Drives Our Kids’ Lies
What Drives Our Kids to Lie?
The key to understanding the connection between ADHD and lying is in a concept called Magical Thinking. This allows a child to imagine that he didn't just do something impulsive.
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You Can’t Change Your Defiant Teenager…
How to Talk So Your Teen Will Listen
Some defiance is developmentally normal at this stage, but if screaming matches and slammed doors have become everyday occurrences, it’s time to change your approach »
If You Shout, You’ll Never Be Heard
How to Respond to ADHD Meltdowns
If your child is blazing with anger and you react in kind, you'll only escalate the situation. Learn a no-shout discipline strategy specifically designed for children with ADHD »
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Previous installments of ADDitude's 8-Week Parenting Class:
> Week 1: Organization & Chores
> Week 2: Positive Parenting
> Week 3: Sleep & Routines
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