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Q.1
Does your child often blame others for her mistakes or misbehavior? *

Q.2
Are swear words a part of your child’s vocabulary? *

Q.3
Is your child touchy, prickly, or easily offended? *

Q.4
Does your child unleash outbursts of anger and resentment? *

Q.5
Is your child spiteful, vindictive, or revenge seeking? *

Q.6
Has your child’s teacher commented that he baits classmates, picking fights with them by purposely doing things he knows annoy them? *

Q.7
Does your child actively defy or refuse to comply with requests and rules at home or at school? *

Q.8
Does your child often throw huge temper tantrums when he gets home from school, and do the consequences for acting out make him more agitated? *

Q.9
Does your child argue excessively with adults and other authority figures? *

Q.10
Does your child say cruel, mean, or hateful things when upset? *

Q.11
Can simple reminders, like to put socks in the hamper and not on the floor, trigger aggression or meltdowns? *

Q.12
Do you sometimes feel like your child is purposely trying to ignite your anger? *

Q.13
Does your child often justify his or her behavior as a response to unreasonable demands? *

Q.14
Does your child persistently test limits by ignoring rules or arguing? *

Q.15
Is your child unwilling or unable to compromise, give in, or negotiate with adults or peers? *

Q.16
Does your child often get in trouble at school for throwing things in class? *

Q.17
Does your child get in trouble for being physically aggressive (i.e. shoving or hitting) other children? *

Q.18
Do you find that consequences rarely work, nor do they have any impact on behavior? Your child just doesn’t take rules seriously.

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