I was hoping that someone could me figure out how to make my husband not be in denial about our 8 year old son having ODD. We have been through all the parenting workshops and read the books to no avail. My son was also hospitalized at age 6 because he told the pyshciatrist that he wanted to kill himself. Needless to say the last few years has worn me down terribly. Does anyone have any suggestions to help my husband realize that our son does have a mental illness problem. Thanks for your help and support.
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