By Erica Patino
When you realize your child has learning and attention issues and you see the challenges he faces, your feelings may progress through what’s called the grief cycle. Find out about the stages of this process.
Erica Patino is an online writer and editor who specializes in health and wellness content.
Molly Algermissen, Ph.D., is an associate professor of medical psychology at Columbia University Medical Center and clinical director of PROMISE.
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