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Agony Aunties

Hiya!

We are the Agony Aunties!

If you have a problem write an anonymous (no name) note and put it in the box in the box in the Spirituality Area!

Also, on this page we have written Calm Your Nerves Tips and a very big, bold important message!

From, The Agony Aunties! 

 

For more info on us look at our posters that are all around school!

Questions from the box:

Dear Agony Aunties,

My friend (one of my best friends) is being mean to me. What do I do? I don't want to make her angry and I don't want to tell her how I feel! I'm scared to upset her because I care about her so much!

From Help Hunter

Dear Help Hunter,

If your friend is being mean you should tell a teacher. If you don't want to talk to a teacher about your friend being mean then you should talk to your other friends and ask them what you should do. Another thing you can do is connect to your friend distantly by text, email or sending them a card! Good luck!

From The Agony Aunties      


Dear Agony Aunties,   

Me and my best friend are having a fall out, I don't really know whether she's angry or just taking a break to be with other friends. Me and my friend have our ups and downs, I still want to be her friend, I'm hoping it'll blow over but it's been going on for a while now, I need help!

Thank you, Help Hunter

 

Dear Help Hunter,

Thank you for being honest and admitting you are having friendship problems - sometimes that is hard. I think that you should talk to your friend and ask her what's wrong, if you have done something wrong apologise if not, tell her you want to remain friends!

Good Luck, Agony Aunties

 

Dear Agony Aunties,

I always feel ill in class and I feel like nobody understands! I feel like I'm going to be sick in class and it's hard to concentrate. My teacher has noticed I'm not focused but can't find an explanation. Help!

From Help Hunter

 

Dear Help Hunter,

Tell your teacher, they will look after you! From the past, I've known that drinking lots of water helps when you don't feel great. Of course, you don't want to make your friends ill so maybe have a day or two off school to recover. If you're worried that it's been going on too long, tell your parents (again, if you haven't already) or your GP.

From Agony Aunties

 

 I have decided to leave last week's worries up and give you  some 'Calm your nerves' tips!

                            Calm Your Nerves!                                    

If you have a worry and decide not to ask me then I have a couple of simple tips: 

  Talk - talk to someone, best friend, mum, dad, carer, babysitter, cousin, aunt, uncle, grandparent, teacher or even the ChildLine (0800 1111).


  Relax - What do you do to wind down? I know I either: write in my journal, dance, call over a friend, sing, play on my iPad, bake or go out to the local shop. Try these things! Other ideas are: play with a sibling, help a parent around the house, Skype/FaceTime a friend or relative or anything else you enjoy!

  Sleep - Everything is better after a good night's sleep, your head will be clearer, you will think of things differently and you will be less tired (things, including worries, are worse when you're tired).

IF YOUR WORRY IS TAKING OVER YOUR LIFE E.G. IF SOMEONE IS BEING MEAN TO YOU EVERY DAY FOR AGES, YOU'RE NOT EATING AND DON'T KNOW WHY OR YOU'RE JUST WORRIED ABOUT SOMETHING... PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE TALK TO A TRUSTED ADULT!!!!!

        Please put your worries in the worry box in the Spirituality Area!

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