A Kid’s Guide to Fixing Problems with Friends

A Kid’s Guide to Fixing Problems with Friends

We all make mistakes sometimes and even our best friend in the world can get sad or mad at us. Luckily, there are things that kids can do to fix problems with their friends when they arise. Check out our new infographic for suggestions!

To download a pdf of this infographic click here: A Kid’s Guide to Fixing Problems with Friends-Infographic


Text: © Kids In Transition to School 2019

Image: © Ilka-erika Szasz-fabian | Dreamstime.com

Katherine Pears
Dr. Katherine Pears is a senior scientist at Oregon Social Learning Center (OSLC). She earned her Ph.D in clinical psychology and has worked with OSLC since 1998. Katherine is the principal investigator and co-developer of the Kids In Transition to Schools (KITS) program. Currently, she oversees all the clinical and research activities for KITS. When she’s not in her office, you’ll find Katherine in the kitchen whipping up her latest creation or outdoors hiking a scenic trail.


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