Tully and Treat’s High School Help

Chloe’s Answer

Q: How do I break up with someone without hurting them? What if I want us to stay friends in the future?

A: Breaking up with someone is never simple. It’ll probably go one of two ways: you’ll be on good terms with each other, or you’ll dislike each other for a while.

Whether you’re a boy or a girl, you’ll more than likely be affected by the breakup. I think what’s most important when breaking up with someone is remembering that they’re humans and have feelings too.

You should just pull them to the side, in private, and tell them exactly how you feel.  Don’t expect it to go smoothly — in fact, it probably won’t. But what’s important to remember is that we’re all in high school, so there’s plenty of time to find who you’re meant to be with.

In the end, most high school relationships don’t work out, so don’t dwell on anything too much.  

Emily’s Answer

Q: Do you have any advice for presenting in front of the class? I get really nervous and want to cry.

A: It’s perfectly normal to feel nervous when talking in front of a big group of people, but it’s important to remember that classroom presentations are not the end of the world.

Having dealt with social anxiety myself, I’ve had my fair share of fits of panic and fear over presentations — trust me. Over my high school years, I’ve started to realize that everyone is there for the same reason, which is to get their education and to get out.

Odds are, if everyone is presenting, they’re probably not even paying attention too closely, and won’t notice the little things that you do. Plus, you’re more than likely not the only one feeling that way.

Just find a friend or someone in the audience that you trust, and focus on them. After you give more and more presentations, it’ll get easier. Just take a few deep breaths and remember that you’ve got it!

Chloe’s Answer

Q: How do I break up with someone without hurting them? What if I want us to stay friends in the future?

A: Breaking up with someone is never simple. It’ll probably go one of two ways: you’ll be on good terms with each other, or you’ll dislike each other for a while.

Whether you’re a boy or a girl, you’ll more than likely be affected by the breakup. I think what’s most important when breaking up with someone is remembering that they’re humans and have feelings too.

You should just pull them to the side, in private, and tell them exactly how you feel.  Don’t expect it to go smoothly — in fact, it probably won’t. But what’s important to remember is that we’re all in high school, so there’s plenty of time to find who you’re meant to be with.

In the end, most high school relationships don’t work out, so don’t dwell on anything too much.  

Emily’s Answer

Q: Do you have any advice for presenting in front of the class? I get really nervous and want to cry.

A: It’s perfectly normal to feel nervous when talking in front of a big group of people, but it’s important to remember that classroom presentations are not the end of the world.

Having dealt with social anxiety myself, I’ve had my fair share of fits of panic and fear over presentations — trust me. Over my high school years, I’ve started to realize that everyone is there for the same reason, which is to get their education and to get out.

Odds are, if everyone is presenting, they’re probably not even paying attention too closely, and won’t notice the little things that you do. Plus, you’re more than likely not the only one feeling that way.

Just find a friend or someone in the audience that you trust, and focus on them. After you give more and more presentations, it’ll get easier. Just take a few deep breaths and remember that you’ve got it!

Chloe’s Answer

Q: How do I break up with someone without hurting them? What if I want us to stay friends in the future?

A: Breaking up with someone is never simple. It’ll probably go one of two ways: you’ll be on good terms with each other, or you’ll dislike each other for a while.

Whether you’re a boy or a girl, you’ll more than likely be affected by the breakup. I think what’s most important when breaking up with someone is remembering that they’re humans and have feelings too.

You should just pull them to the side, in private, and tell them exactly how you feel.  Don’t expect it to go smoothly — in fact, it probably won’t. But what’s important to remember is that we’re all in high school, so there’s plenty of time to find who you’re meant to be with.

In the end, most high school relationships don’t work out, so don’t dwell on anything too much.  

Emily’s Answer

Q: Do you have any advice for presenting in front of the class? I get really nervous and want to cry.

A: It’s perfectly normal to feel nervous when talking in front of a big group of people, but it’s important to remember that classroom presentations are not the end of the world.

Having dealt with social anxiety myself, I’ve had my fair share of fits of panic and fear over presentations — trust me. Over my high school years, I’ve started to realize that everyone is there for the same reason, which is to get their education and to get out.

Odds are, if everyone is presenting, they’re probably not even paying attention too closely, and won’t notice the little things that you do. Plus, you’re more than likely not the only one feeling that way.

Just find a friend or someone in the audience that you trust, and focus on them. After you give more and more presentations, it’ll get easier. Just take a few deep breaths and remember that you’ve got it!

Chloe’s Answer

Q: How do I break up with someone without hurting them? What if I want us to stay friends in the future?

A: Breaking up with someone is never simple. It’ll probably go one of two ways: you’ll be on good terms with each other, or you’ll dislike each other for a while.

Whether you’re a boy or a girl, you’ll more than likely be affected by the breakup. I think what’s most important when breaking up with someone is remembering that they’re humans and have feelings too.

You should just pull them to the side, in private, and tell them exactly how you feel.  Don’t expect it to go smoothly — in fact, it probably won’t. But what’s important to remember is that we’re all in high school, so there’s plenty of time to find who you’re meant to be with.

In the end, most high school relationships don’t work out, so don’t dwell on anything too much.  

Emily’s Answer

Q: Do you have any advice for presenting in front of the class? I get really nervous and want to cry.

A: It’s perfectly normal to feel nervous when talking in front of a big group of people, but it’s important to remember that classroom presentations are not the end of the world.

Having dealt with social anxiety myself, I’ve had my fair share of fits of panic and fear over presentations — trust me. Over my high school years, I’ve started to realize that everyone is there for the same reason, which is to get their education and to get out.

Odds are, if everyone is presenting, they’re probably not even paying attention too closely, and won’t notice the little things that you do. Plus, you’re more than likely not the only one feeling that way.

Just find a friend or someone in the audience that you trust, and focus on them. After you give more and more presentations, it’ll get easier. Just take a few deep breaths and remember that you’ve got it!

Chloe’s Answer

Q: How do I break up with someone without hurting them? What if I want us to stay friends in the future?

A: Breaking up with someone is never simple. It’ll probably go one of two ways: you’ll be on good terms with each other, or you’ll dislike each other for a while.

Whether you’re a boy or a girl, you’ll more than likely be affected by the breakup. I think what’s most important when breaking up with someone is remembering that they’re humans and have feelings too.

You should just pull them to the side, in private, and tell them exactly how you feel.  Don’t expect it to go smoothly — in fact, it probably won’t. But what’s important to remember is that we’re all in high school, so there’s plenty of time to find who you’re meant to be with.

In the end, most high school relationships don’t work out, so don’t dwell on anything too much.  

Emily’s Answer

Q: Do you have any advice for presenting in front of the class? I get really nervous and want to cry.

A: It’s perfectly normal to feel nervous when talking in front of a big group of people, but it’s important to remember that classroom presentations are not the end of the world.

Having dealt with social anxiety myself, I’ve had my fair share of fits of panic and fear over presentations — trust me. Over my high school years, I’ve started to realize that everyone is there for the same reason, which is to get their education and to get out.

Odds are, if everyone is presenting, they’re probably not even paying attention too closely, and won’t notice the little things that you do. Plus, you’re more than likely not the only one feeling that way.

Just find a friend or someone in the audience that you trust, and focus on them. After you give more and more presentations, it’ll get easier. Just take a few deep breaths and remember that you’ve got it!

Chloe’s Answer

Q: How do I break up with someone without hurting them? What if I want us to stay friends in the future?

A: Breaking up with someone is never simple. It’ll probably go one of two ways: you’ll be on good terms with each other, or you’ll dislike each other for a while.

Whether you’re a boy or a girl, you’ll more than likely be affected by the breakup. I think what’s most important when breaking up with someone is remembering that they’re humans and have feelings too.

You should just pull them to the side, in private, and tell them exactly how you feel.  Don’t expect it to go smoothly — in fact, it probably won’t. But what’s important to remember is that we’re all in high school, so there’s plenty of time to find who you’re meant to be with.

In the end, most high school relationships don’t work out, so don’t dwell on anything too much.  

Emily’s Answer

Q: Do you have any advice for presenting in front of the class? I get really nervous and want to cry.

A: It’s perfectly normal to feel nervous when talking in front of a big group of people, but it’s important to remember that classroom presentations are not the end of the world.

Having dealt with social anxiety myself, I’ve had my fair share of fits of panic and fear over presentations — trust me. Over my high school years, I’ve started to realize that everyone is there for the same reason, which is to get their education and to get out.

Odds are, if everyone is presenting, they’re probably not even paying attention too closely, and won’t notice the little things that you do. Plus, you’re more than likely not the only one feeling that way.

Just find a friend or someone in the audience that you trust, and focus on them. After you give more and more presentations, it’ll get easier. Just take a few deep breaths and remember that you’ve got it!

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