Kids inherently tease other kids. However, some kids take it too far and don't quite know when to stop, don't exactly know what constitutes teasing or the effect that it might have on others. This social story explains what "dissing" is, how everyone has varied interests/likes, and different opinions. The story explains that even if you hate something that someone else likes, it is not ok to make fun of it. There are several interactive slides checking for comprehension of "dissing" by clicking on the question mark (?). Teaching the student to keep their comments either silent or quietly to themselves is also reinforced. The last page is a worksheet using perspective taking to visually explain how it might make YOU feel if someone "dissed" your like. Great for students on the autism spectrum.