Helping Your Child with Peer Exclusion

If your child is excluded–by his peers or from organized activities–it can cause feelings of rejection. Here's how to help.

Peer exclusion

Parents cannot prevent their child from experiencing exclusion or feeling “different” from time to time. You can, however, lessen the negative effects of this common occurrence during the preteen years.


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