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What Does Oppositional Defiant Disorder Look Like in Adults?

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Adults with oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) display a pattern of negative, hostile, and defiant behavior that lasts at least six months and includes four (or more) of the following symptoms:Adults with ODD are more than just aggressive and irritating from time to time.

They feel mad at the world every day, and lose their temper regularly. This may manifest as verbal abuse or road rage. Adults with ODD defend themselves relentlessly when someone says they’ve done something wrong.

They feel misunderstood and disliked, hemmed in, and pushed around.Constant opposition to authority figures makes it difficult for adults with ODD to keep jobs and to maintain relationships and marriages.

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