Intimidating your children
The DSM-5, a diagnostic handbook used by mental health professionals, describes these individuals as having “a callous and unemotional interpersonal style.” It means a lack of empathy—not understanding or caring about how their behavior may physically or emotionally hurt others.
A key difference between ODD and conduct disorder lies in the role of control.
Like they want to tell you something but they keep their mouth shut? And most people use “stereotypes” to successfully communicate with others.
This may be reflected by “conning” or manipulating others to do what they want, taking things that don’t belong to them simply because “I want it,” or using aggression or physical intimidation to control a situation.
Parents of kids who exhibit this type of behavior describe feeling afraid in their own home: “My son actually runs the house.
Gaining inspiration from those around you helps to build you up.
Plus, you are giving most people what they want: a chance to shine.*** Do you want to learn how to stand up to toxic people in your life?