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Dear Dish-It: I'm Love Sick

Dear Dish-It,

There was a new boy at my school my friend told me she loved him. I said "ew!" and straight after I realized so do I. After that I felt love sick! I wrote his name in hearts in my note book and everything but then my mum said to me I had to move schools. I said okay and I knew then I'm gonna write a love note to him so I did and on my last day I forgot to give it to him! Shall I call my friend and tell her to tell him about my feelings for him or shall I leave it???

Love sick


Dear LS,

If you decide you want to reveal your feelings to your crush, then you should do it yourself. NEVER try and tell someone you like them by having someone else, like a friend, tell them for you - it usually doesn't work. However, your other option is to try and make some new friends at your new school and see if you find a new crush there - sometimes when you move physically, like to a new neighborhood or school, it's best to move on emotionally, as well.


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