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Dear Dish-It: Quickies (5)

Dish-it gets so many questions, she doesn’t always have time to answer them all right away! Here are some quickie answers for some of the shorter questions she’s received.


My boyfriend’s cheating on me – what should I do? – jadayna


Dump him and move on!


I’ve seen a cute guy at the local park. He’s handsome but hangs out with his friends a lot. Do I ask him out or not? – werewolf_gal


I’ve known this boy for two years and I really like him. His best friend is also my friend and I asked him to ask my crush out for me but he never gave me an answer. I think he likes me as more than a friend but I’m not sure. What should I do? – mirelo98


I get these sorts of question all the time – they’re part of the Top 10 Most Popular Questions To Dish-It! That’s why I wrote a guide about what to do when you want to tell someone you like them or want to ask someone out on a date. Check it out!


I was scared for this one guy to see me. Every time he came down the street I’d hide in the house. Then he said he doesn’t like me anymore. What do I do now? – fun lexi


I really like this guy but he likes a girl who is my enemy – what should I do? –pleasehelpme


There’s not much you can do. If he doesn’t like you any more or likes someone else, you need to move on and find someone new – or just be single for a while. There’s nothing wrong with that!


I am almost 13 and I still haven’t got my period … – sleeping_una


Hold tight honey! Your period will come when it comes – and it will come. Every girl is different, and every girl’s menstrual cycle starts at a different age – some are well into their teens when they get their first period! Don’t worry and enjoy not having a period while you can – while it’s not a bad thing, it is something you need to take care of every month of your life once you get it, so enjoy not having to deal with tampons and pads for now!


I’m dating a girl and this other girl has a big crush on me – she says she feels loved for the first time. They’re both my friends and I like them both. What should I do? – gothicprince


You need to pick one or the other – or neither one. I realize you may not be cheating on your girlfriend right now, but it sounds like there’s a chance you will if your feelings for this other girl continue to grow. You need to be honest with yourself and both of your “girl” friends – otherwise the situation will become very messy, very fast.


If you've got a burning question, need some love advice or find yourself thinking about things like sex, depression, self-esteem, boyfriends, girlfriends, best friends, bullying or peer pressure, don't hesitate to Dish-It here. Send your questions to deardish@kidzworld.com. And if you hang out in the chat rooms with other Kidzworld members who know you by your username, just send in your secret question using a different nickname if you want to stay anonymous – we promise that no one will ever know it's you. Remember: Dish-It gets a load of letters every day so it may take a while to reply to yours. Keep checking back for her reply, or watch for answered Dish-It questions that are similar to your own.


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