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I admit that I am an overprotective parent and that I spend most of my day thinking about mu two year old son. It might sound funny, but sometimes I like to read about the possible conditions, both physical and mental that might affect him and learn how to prevent those. So, when does Oppositional Defiant disorder start to emerge in a child?

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They say that this condition might affect a child in a very early age, somewhere about 5 years of age. The symptoms are clear, the child is aggressive and defies everything and everyone and it is very difficult to deal with. But it is not something that cannot be cured; there are many behavioral therapies that deal with this problem. And it usually happens when the child does not get enough attention, which I am certain is not your child’s case.
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