The middle school years are some of the toughest. They are awkward years of trying to find your place and often feeling uncomfortable in your own skin since there are so many changes. This also begins a time in your child’s life where the way their peers view them matters more than their family. In elementary years, and then again after high school or college, what family thinks matters the most, but in middle/high school years, peer feedback is paramount. For some, friendships come easily. For others, it is challenging. Here are some tips for helping your logic student build solid friendships during this time in their lives where they are so vital.