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Toddler Conduct Disorder

Toddler conduct disorder is an umbrella term used to describe a spectrum of behaviors. Before attaching it to your toddler’s behavior, however, you should distinguish between normal developmental behaviors, such as short tantrums or responding with “no” to your requests, and deeper, more harmful misbehavior that show the warning signs of a conduct disorder.

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Teenage Conduct Disorder

All teenagers will act up or misbehave at some point or another. Rebellion and testing boundaries can be a normal part of maturing and reaching adulthood. In some cases though, rebellion and disruptive behavior can signal a problem that stretches beyond the usual teenage antics. Up to 16 percent of all teenagers have conduct disorder, a type of mental illness, according to WebMD. Teenagers with conduct disorder exhibit extremely aggressive behavior that puts themselves and others at risk.