Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Are you at your wit’s end parenting a difficult child?

By Dr. Nicole Cain ND, MA
Mar 06, 2017
12:39 am

Dr. Cain was recently published in NDNR magazine! Read now by clicking HERE to get started on restoring peace in you and your child’s life.

In this article, we discuss the 6 key steps to restoring peace when dealing with oppositional defiant disorder. Here’s a quick overview:

  1. Medical evaluation
  2. Healing the family system
  3. Nutrition/Diet
  4. Exercise
  5. Supplements
  6. Homeopathy


From Dr. Cain: “Parents from across the nation are experiencing what I am calling an “anger epidemic” in today’s youth. Whether it’s general disobedience and tantrums, or the more severe behaviors involving harming self, others, and even property; we are seeing more and more children being medicated, and more caregivers at their wit’s end. While this article focuses on Oppositional Defiant Disorder specifically, the content is relevant to any family who is seeking to gain a deeper understanding into the myriad of dynamics that impact a child (and even young adult’s) behavior.”


Thank you for reading!



This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Whenever considering changing your protocol whether it includes a change of medications, supplements, diet or lifestyle, always speak with your primary care physician first.

Dr. Nicole Cain is an advocate for empowering people around the world to help themselves via her educational free resources, online courses, and membership group. You can receive the tools you need to find the root cause of your symptoms and feel healthy again.