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Symptoms of Reactive Attachment Disorder

The following are common symptoms of Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), however, most children do not display every symptom:

Superficially engaging and charming Indiscriminately affectionate with strangers
Destructive to material things and self Lack of cause and effect thinking
Stealing Not taking any responsibility for actions (blame shifting)
Crazy lying about the obvious Trouble with peer relationships
Lack of conscience Cruelty to animals
Not affectionate on parent’s terms Controlling
Clingy Lack of self-control/impulse control
Learning lags ADD/ADHD
Unusual eating patterns/hoarding Lacks sense of self
Not genuine Excessive chatter and nonsense questions
False allegations of abuse  Obsessed with fire, blood, and gore

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