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When Kids Misread Social Situations

Nadine Briggs

Kids who have social difficulties frequently misread events that occur. They automatically think that others are mistreating them and they react according to their thoughts. When they read the situation incorrectly, they act angrily toward peers. The other kids can become confused or frustrated that they are being accused of doing something that they didn’t do. This can cause major issues when it comes to making and keeping friends. Check out our video on how to help kids avoid this social blunder.

Watch our video to learn how to help kids understand how to read social situations.

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