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  • Two Common Problems for Teenagers:

  • Friendship and Appearance

  • Wednesday, December 11, 2013

  • Dear Sandra: I'm fifteen.

  • My best friend, Betty, stopped talking to me last Friday

  • She appears to be angry with me, but she won't tell me what's wrong.

  • I feel really down.

  • I've always wanted to make more friends,

  • but I don't know how to open up to anyone except Betty.

  • I feel lonely without her.

  • What should I do?

  • Rainy Girl

  • Dear Rainy Girl:

  • Tell Betty how you feel.

  • If you are shy, perhaps you could drop her a note first.

  • If she's a true friend, she'll understand how you feel,

  • and you two can work the problem out together.

  • Making friends is important for a teenager.

  • Always smile when you talk to others.

  • I'm sure you'll make new friends soon.

  • Dear Sandra: I'm fourteen.

  • I don't like myself very much because I'm short and have acne.

  • Also, I'm afraid to talk to girls;

  • I think they will laugh at me when they see my face.

  • Am I thinking too much?

  • I want to be more confident.

  • Can you tell me what to do?

  • Thanks.---- Sad Boy

  • Dear Sad Boy:

  • Don't worry about how tall you are.

  • Being confident is more attractive than being tall.

  • Find out what you are good at,

  • and you'll be more confident.

  • As for your skin problem,

  • you can take action to solve it.

  • Try washing your face often or go to see a doctor for help.

  • Remember, appearance isn't everything.

  • Be yourself and love yourself.

Two Common Problems for Teenagers:

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    劉老 posted on 2013/10/27
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