Handling Oppositional Behavior in a Child with OCD or Anxiety
They dig their heels in. They refuse to go. They refuse to eat. They refuse to move. Oppositional behavior in a child with OCD or anxiety can be all consuming.
So, what are you supposed to do?
Well for starters, treating it as typical oppositional behavior won’t work. Either will typical parenting approaches.
When a child with OCD or anxiety is being difficult, their opposition is vastly different than the typical oppositional kid.
In this week’s podcast episode, I dive into the oppositional behavior so many of us are dealing with when it comes to parenting kids with OCD or anxiety.
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