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CONDUCT DISORDER
What does it look like?

More common in boys than girls, Conduct Disorder is often characterized by:

  • hurting people or animal
  • destroying property
  • lying
  • stealing
  • skipping school
  • running away from home

and a lack of empathy or remorse for these actions.