Anger and Emotional Problems
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Anger and Emotional Problems book
Most children who struggle with anger problems are not seriously disturbed in their ability to relate to others. They want to be connected but act in a manner that prevents or limits that very thing. As much as we would like to try, children don't fall into neat categories. Often, the problem of anger coexists with other problems. The most typical problems are ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), depression, substance abuse, and conduct disorder. Each of these disorders can result in considerable problems with anger as well as causing significant distress in both the family and at school.