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Publisher's Summary

A much-needed tool that parents of children with O.D.D. can use to identify the source of this turmoil and take back parental control. Dr. Douglas Riley teaches parents how to recognize the signs, understand the attitudes, and modify the behavior of their oppositional child.
©1997 Douglas A. Riley (P)2017 Novel Audio Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Linda Vargas on 08-03-17

Excellent tips!

This book offers excellent tips on dealing with defiant kids of all ages! Some techniques I previously thought were "too tough" to use were validated as useful. It was also an eye opener on how my own behavior when dealing with my defiant 6yr old daughter was preventing positive changes in her.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Danielle on 12-09-17

Good book...

I was a offended when the author described the middle class ODD children as if they were better than the "less than privileged" inner city children. I couldn't help but notice the elitist, racial undertones, especially when he referenced rap music and the city children's assumed lack of structure. I believe it was Chapter 4. I thought it to be ironic to hear such judgement, yet the book was about ODD children. I never thought ODD was a white, middle class, suburbian condition. While that chapter was tough to get through for me, the rest of the book was informative.




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