Advice Column


Edited by: Jamie

Q: Dear Diana,
Someone keeps taking my stuff, especially my pencils. What do I do? I'm stuck.

A: Well Jane, you should tell the teacher and keep on an eye on your desk.
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Q: Dear Diana,
a kid is always picking on me and teasing me. What do I do?

A: Mack, you could do what every grown-up says and ignore.They'll get the hint, but it could take months. Here's what you can do: pick a, b, c, or d.

a. ignore _ b. tell them to stop _ c. tell the teacher _ d. tell them how you feel


Q:Dear Diana,
My best friend is always talking to me and the teacher always blames me. What should I do?
Mr. Quint

Dear Mr.Quint,
A: Well, you should tell her/him to stop stalling. Less talking more working!


This kid named Rodney is always pushing me literally, but my teacher just said stay away from him. He is always in the front of the line and I am the line leader. I did what you told Mack and tried to ignore him. It didn't work. ssssssaaaaaaaaaavvvvvvvvveeeeeeeeeeeeeee me!

A: Aby, remember what I told Mack. If that doesn't work try one of the options below (remember this, they are all good).

A. ignore B. ignore but talk to someone C. ask what he is saying if you are talking to someone behind him and it's noise