I am having a difficult time with the fact that my son is having some social issues in school. He seems to be struggling with certain kids in school due to his social limitations. This breaks my heart. He does have friends but keeps gravitating to the popular crowd who snub him. Anyone else seeing this with their aspergers child? He is 14 and the pressure to "fit" is so discouraging to him. He is very good looking, athletic, talented and has a genius I.Q. but he comes home calling himself "retarded" and wont discuss it. He has lots of support with counseling and therapy and this does not seem to help. Need advice and encouragement. Thanks, Libby
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