By Kate Kelly
Getting noticed for having a great voice or cool jacket is one thing. But when middle-schoolers have learning and attention issues that make them seem different, they can feel powerless. Here are some scenarios can make kids feel like victims.
Kate Kelly has been writing and editing for more than 20 years, with a focus on parenting.
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