Dealing with relatives who don’t believe in learning differences

The holidays are approaching – a time for families to gather around the dinner table and catch up with all that has occurred in our lives over the year. More often than not, one of those relatives will question your child’s learning difference. “Does your child really have a learning difference? Dyslexia/ADHD don’t really exist. Wouldn’t it be better to just push your child harder or use more disciplinary measures?”
How do you keep the peace during the holidays while dealing with such questions? This article might help: