Not being able to read social cues is a problem for many children. Everyone learns at their own pace, and learning to read social cues is no different. But like with any new skill, reading social signals may need to be taught. By learning to read social cues more accurately, kids are more able to make long lasting friendships.
This article from Empowering Parents offers actionable steps to take with your child to help them learn this critical social skill.
Cathi Cohen, LCSW, CGP