Get ADHD and ODD
Child Behavior Help
for children 2-11
Is your child’s behavior destroying your home? Your marriage? Your life?
These are some of the many problems that go along with having a defiant child.
Difficult defiant child behavior doesn’t just affect your child. It causes a ripple of disharmony and discord that seem to flow from your child and cause pain and discomfort to everyone around him.
If you are the mother of a defiant child you might hate to be seen on the street with your child. You may be embarrassed to be with your child in a public place.
Get ADHD and ODD
Teen Behavior Help
for children 12 and older
Many fathers don’t want to be at home. They spend more and more time away because it’s painful and unpleasant to be at home with their family.
You may be trying everything you can think of but nothing seems to work with your child. Your child fights and argues with you.
And you never know what is going to set him off. One day it is because you didn’t cut the ends off of his bread. The next day it is because you did cut the ends off his bread.
You never know what to expect. You just go through your day, moment by moment dreading the next unpredictable explosion that you cannot anticipate but that you know is going to come.
You may feel like you are losing control of your child, your family and your home. Your child is getting worse day by day, more argumentative, more defiant, and there is nothing that you can do about it.
What most mothers and fathers don’t realize when they are faced with such a child is how simple and easy the solution usually is. This is what over 5897 parents have learned since I have released How to Improve Your Child’s Behavior in 2003.
Parents who participate in the program tell me that they can enjoy their child again. They are happier, their lives are better and their children behave better. Some parents see results the second month, some the first month and many parents see a change in their child as soon as they apply the first lesson.
What I have seen time and time again, is how even in the most seemingly desperate situations, how quickly parents can turn things around. All it usually takes is a little change here or there and you will have a warm, loving, obedient child.
Anthony Kane, MD
ADD ADHD Advances
P. S. If you would like to have a quick step-by-step plan on how to end your child’s difficult behavior forever,
Please go to:
How to Improve Your Child’s Behavior
Note: This program is designed for children between the ages of 2-11. If your child is a teenager or even a preteen, there is a new excellent program designed to help you with your child.
If you have a teenager, you need to find out about this program immediately.
Teen Behavior Program