Symptom Checklist for Child Attachment Disorder

 
The following information is provided in order to help you identify what attachment disorder looks like in children.
Lack of impulse control
Self destructive behaviors
Intense displays of anger (rage)
Destruction of property
Preoccupation with fire, gore, or evil
Aggression toward others
Inappropriate sexual conduct and attitudes
Cruelty to animals
Frequently defies rules (oppositional)
Cannot tolerate limits and external control
Victimizes others (perpetrator, bully)
Exploitive (manipulative, controlling)
Bossy
Consistently irresponsible
Inappropriately demanding and clingy
Marked mood changes
Stealing
Deceitful (lying, conning)
Hoarding
Sleep disturbance
Enuresis (wets self)
Encopresis (soils self)
Hyperactivity
Abnormal eating habits
Persistent nonsense questions and incessant chatter
Lack of cause and effect thinking
Lack of remorse and conscience
Learning disorders
Language disorders
Perceives self as victim (helpless)
Grandiose sense of self-importance
Perceives others as unsafe, dangerous
Not affectionate on parents' terms
Frequently depressed, sad
Feelings of hopelessness
Inappropriate emotional response
Superficially engaging and charming
Lack of eye contact on parents terms
Indiscriminately affection with strangers
Lack of long-term friends
Unstable peer relationships
Blames others for own mistakes or problems
Victimized by others
Lacks trust of caretaking or control by others
Accident prone




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