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Empathy and Sympathy have similar and different meanings in each situation. Both of these acts are similar by showing concern of another individual and different by the way the support is expressed. Sympathy is showing concern through pity or compassion about a particular situation. Empathy is showing concern by trying to imagine being in their shoes with a shared emotion, situation, or opinion. A person may use sympathy at a funeral to show pity on a friend or family member. Empathy may be used when an individual needs a boost in a difficult time. I believe that people need to remember the correct used term within the context of the situation.
The difference CD and OOD is the control issue of the disorder. Kids with OOD have a low frustration tolerance so these children tend to lose their tempers, fight verbally, deify rules and discipline, and do not follow directions. In conduct disorder, the kid will fight for control by deviant behavior in his life but these kids fight other kids as well. They tend to manipulate and use physical aggression as a tool to take things that they want from other kids. The parents of child will be afraid of their own child. The difference is CD is a verbally control and OOD is a physically control of others.
Proactive and Reactive aggression are different in many ways.