By The Understood Team
All kids face social challenges at some point. But if your child routinely has trouble connecting with people and making and keeping friends, you may wonder what’s behind her difficulties. Our experts answer common questions parents have.
Mark Griffin, Ph.D.
Jan 09, 2014
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