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Dear Dish-It: She Steals All My Friends!

Dear Dish-It,

There is a girl in my class and she is very posh and stuck up! I make a new friend and she ran over a stole her away from me. No literally - she ran over and grabbed her and pulled her away! I've tried telling a teacher but she says it never happened. All the teachers think she's a little miss goody good so does everyone in the school apart from me, obviously. And it leaves me friendless! What shall I do????


Dear Loner,

I think the only person you can talk to about this is "little miss goody" herself! This doesn't mean getting angry or in a fight with her - in fact, you may not even want to ask her directly about the things she does to take friends away from you. Why not "kill her with kindness" - meaning, try being friends with her yourself! She may not ever be a very close friend of yours, but as long as you're on good terms with her I imagine she won't try and take other friends away from you.


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