Does your child seem clueless about how his behavior is affecting others? Does she think she's right when she's wrong and vice versa?

Some kids have a hard time understanding and interpreting non-verbal body language and social cues. This is a skill that many kids with behavior problems lack.

Misreading social cues and body language leads to trouble at scholl, with peers and in the home.

"Why is everyone mad at me?" - Why misreading social cues leads to ... is an excellent article that explains why it's so important for your child to have this skill and offers parents 7 ways to help their child learn to read these social cues.

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