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Dear Confused,

Boy troubles can be tough! If you want to get to know your crush a little better, ask to spend some time with him outside of school. Casual places to hangout could include Tpumps, the library, or even a good movie with a group of friends. A lot of drama can and will occur, but try to stay out of it. If something happens between the two of you, don’t make it a big deal. Even though your friends may tease you or make it awkward, just know that all that matters is how you want the relationship to go. Good luck!

Sincerely,

The Sail

 

 

 

Dear Annoyed,

I’m sorry this is happening to you. I just have one question for you though. Have you confronted them about it? If you haven’t, then you should. Tell them it makes you uncomfortable. If you have, well, I say just ignore them. I mean if they don’t listen to you the first time, it’s not worth saying it over and over again. One way to make it at least a little bit better is to laugh at it. It will make it seem less like they’re making fun of you, but instead they’re joking with you. That’s my advice.

Sincerely,

The Sail

 

  Dear Chosen one,

 

I’m very sorry to hear about this! I’ve dealt with things like this in the past, the best thing to do is confront “Fred”. “Fred” shouldn’t be acting like that towards you, I would suggest sitting with other friends and hanging out with other friends. Another way besides confronting him/her  is to block him/her on your phone, or just flat out ignore him/her and get the point across that you don’t want to be his/her’s friend.

 

Sincerely,

 

The Sail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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