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: I Read My Sister's Diary

Dear Dish-It,

I read my sister's diary... And well she likes a boy. And our mom doesn't like us liking boys... So should I tell my mom?

Copper Spy 3

Dear Copper Spy 3,

No, you shouldn’t tell your mom something that you read about in your sister’s diary. Why? Well, because you really shouldn’t have looked in her private, personal diary in the first place! Technically, the information you have about your sister liking a boy is not something you should even know – so what you need to do now is forget you ever read about it!

If knowing that your sister is doing something that may not be safe is bothering or worrying you, then the only person you can talk to about it is your sister. That, of course, will mean that you will have to reveal to her that you read her personal diary – and I’m pretty sure she’s not going to be too happy with you about that.

Still, if you are worried about her, it’s probably worth it to say something to her. However, I don’t think her liking a boy – even if your mom doesn’t think it’s a good idea – is something you need to worry about too much. Lots of people have feelings that others may not agree with – and many of those people use writing as a way to deal with their feelings without actually having to act on them. So, as long as your sister isn’t doing anything to hurt herself or anyone else (including you and your mom), I think that this is something you should probably just forget you ever read about.

And, in the future, DON’T READ YOUR SISTER’S DIARY!


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I've been there when I was still in school. I don't personally have many friends now that I'm graduated, but that's more because the people here aren't worth being friends with. Off topic, my bad- Anyways, just try being a nice person. Sit with the other kid that's alone during lunch, find someone who needs someone to talk too, be open. I realize this can be difficult to do if you're shy, believe me, I've been there as well. Just remember that you need to stay yourself. I've lost friends because they turned out to be someone totally different than how they made themselves out to be. It's not worth it to pretend you're someone else. If it doesn't happen naturally after a little while, then you just have to keep in mind that it's your turn to put yourself out there. Remember that, "hey, I put myself out there and I made a friend, that's pretty cool." But, also remember that, "hey, I put myself out there and I didn't make a friend, that's pretty okay too." If you put yourself out there and someone doesn't accept it, then that's okay. It just means they weren't meant to be your friend and someone else will come along much better for you.
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Powerslave posted in Friends:
If most people from this generation don't want to be friends with you, you are doing something right.
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Be yourself,do what you like to do and people who like the same things will/should be attracted to you. Don't take to much thought to people who want to change you so then you can be their friend. as i said before just be yourself and people will like you and want to be your friend! TRUST ME ON THIS! :D :D :D :D
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jordand08 posted in Friends:
Just be open, and talk to someone. I'm sure once someone starts talking to you they're find you cool, and other people might join in. (:
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