Real Friends vs the Other Kind by Annie Fox

By Annie Fox

“If you’re like us, if in case you have questions about friendships. possibly you’re unsure if somebody is a true buddy or the opposite kind.”

So is going the tale of Jack, Jen, Chris, Abby, Mateo, and Michelle—six scholars attempting to determine all of it out in center college. Real associates vs. the opposite Kind, the second one e-book within the center college personal sequence, follows those characters as they paintings to forge friendships whereas navigating difficult social events. The e-book bargains insider details on making associates, resolving disputes, and working with different universal center university concerns—like gossip, exclusion, and cyberbullying. There’s additionally specialist recommendation on crushes, peer strain, and being there for buddies who need assistance. full of personality narratives, quizzes, fees from genuine teenagers, suggestions, instruments, and assets, this ebook is a well timed and fascinating survival consultant for the center tuition years.

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Storms may blow all around, but the mountain stands tall and firm. Should I or Shouldn’t I?

Are you: —Staying silent instead of speaking up? —Pretending something is okay with you when it isn’t? —Lying to yourself and others about what you really want? 4. Ease the pressure. You might: —Make a list of your values when it comes to family, friends, and school. That will remind you where you really stand. —Talk with the person pressuring you and express your true feelings. —Try to make choices that reflect what you truly believe. —Get support from someone who shares your values. Should I or Shouldn’t I?

Also, when you know what you value most, there’s no need to defend it. ” Or, “No thanks. ” Of course, even if you know what’s right for you, it’s not always easy to say it. Especially when someone you really care about is pressuring you to do something different. But you can stand your ground and speak up. When you do, you’ll be showing yourself respect, and probably gaining the respect of others. It can be hard to know what to do when a friend wants something different from what’s best for you.

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