12 April 2011

Scary behaviour

When a child's behaviour goes beyond pranks and becomes dangerous, you might be facing a conduct disorder - find out what to look for, and how to handle it.


Sometimes kids’ behaviour can seem inexplicable; in fact, when asked why he or she has trimmed the cat’s whiskers, a child will often answer: “I don’t know”.

But there’s a chilling difference between painting your little sister’s face blue and hurting, or even killing, another child. Read about conduct disorder on Parent24.

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