My son is going to be 7 years old in September. He's very smart and very mature, he's witty, has a great sense of humor, he's so creative and loves music and seems to be talented with it. However, he struggles a bit socially and i'm starting to worry. He's a lot better than he used to be. He never even used to talk to other kids but if theres other kids around he tends to go off by himself. Or he will play with his "other" friends (imaginary). He also has been doing this thing where he growls at the others kids. I know it sounds funny and my mom and i were even laughing a little bit but its really becoming a concern. I don't know how to address this without embarrassing him. How do you say, don't growl at the kids because they are going to think you are weird? I just called the hospital's child develoopment section adn they are sending me info about a social skills class. i'm also going to get him back in to karate. What else can I do? Are there any suggestions or similar experiences? I even have thought if he was mildly autistic or something. I just don't want him to struggle, exspecially in school! He's getting older and I want him to fit in. He's much better with adults but even then if there gets to be too many people he gets overwhelmed and doesn't know how to act, so he acts out. Sorry this was so long but any advice/support/encouragement would be great.
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