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Whether it's concerns about body image, personal hygiene or other health-related issues, we've got the info to help keep you fit and healthy. It doesn't matter if you're a boy or a girl, the Locker Room is the place to come for any probs you have with your bod. Check out what Kidzworld members have on their minds!

Finding The Right Support

I am 14 and I have pretty big boobs for a girl my age. It's really embarrassing in P.E. because, even if I wear a bra, my boobs still stick out and bounce in my school's polo top and the guys stare. What should I do?
Nicole101

One of the most annoying things about being a girl is dealing with breasts. If we have small boobs, we want them to be bigger. If they're too big, we desperately want them to stop drawing so much attention! First, you should look around for some full-support sports bras to wear in gym and when you are playing sports. There are a ton of bras on the market today that are actually designed to minimize how big your breasts look, as well as help to reduce bouncing. Take a look at www.Balicompany.com and www.Hanes.com for some ideas on what to buy. You could also ask for a bigger shirt to wear in P.E., which might make you feel more comfortable.

To Shave or Not to Shave

I have hairs on my belly button! Is this normal for a girl? I have a great body and I want to wear belly-baring shirts. Should I shave or wax? I get really self-conscious when I'm changing in the locker room for P.E. and am not sure how I am supposed to wear a swimsuit joeyscrush

Having hair on or around your belly button is totally normal - even for a girl. It's understandable for you to be self-conscious of the hair around your belly button but the last thing you want to do is shave your stomach. Shaving creates stubble and no one wants a prickly tummy. If you are set on getting rid of this hair, talk to your mom, older sis, or another female relative about getting your navel-area waxed. There are a ton of products that you can get at your local drug store or you can arrange to get it done by a professional esthetician.

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i need help.   i have really bad anxiety and im depressed all the time.   i dont have anyone that im close to.  its just hard for me to trust people      im really bad at comveying my feelings    id ask someone for help but as i said i dont really get close to anyone     i almost never talk and when i do i say few words and act happy    i also compulively lie so no one knows what im really feeling  i cant express my feelings        i dont have anyone that i trust and its really hard       i thought about killing myself but im afraid to die so i never do anything      since i cant ask anyone in real life im hoping that someone on here can help me           i dont have any interests and im depressed and its almost impossible for me to tell people about it      what do i do?
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-Karpov- posted in Friends:
It's normal to feel jealousy, and it's not really too bad a thing unless you let it get to you and cause problems. I get jealous as hell but I try to avoid letting it affect the way I hold a conversation, for example. 
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SydneyWavsYou posted in Friends:
My boyfriend and I have been dating for a week now (It's a week today ♥) and I've noticed how Jealous I get... I trust him, but I don't trust girls... Is that a bad thing? He's my first actual boyfriend so I'm not use to this. 
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shygirl03
shygirl03 posted in Friends:
So there's this guy in my class and he sits next to me. Correction he HAS to sit next to me, So my classroom as a table with 2 desks connected to make a huge desk but separated holders things to put our stuff in. So this guy is really the class clown of the class and he can be a jerk when he wants to be but sometimes can be a really nice guy. He likes to talk to me and he "Occasionally" Touches my hand or arm in a friendly way.. I think :3 but anyways he teases me ... A LOT but he sometimes insults me but when he sees my face not cracking into a smile. he instantly says sorry or didnt mean it like that kind of way and i smile. So does he like me? Or he just being a regular guy? 
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My best friend is autistic and mild to moderate on the spectrum. He has a daily routine and obviously keeps to it.  His sister who's 18 told me about his condition. And she spoke to me about how much help he needs around the house. My friend doesn't actually need all that much help, as his autism isn't that bad compared to others I know. He mainly suffers reading people's emotions, and having the confidence to make friends and talk aloud. But his sister did complain that he was always the needy one around the house when she was younger.  What you've got to understand is that autism affects people in different ways, no autistic person is the same, and so requires a different level of work and help towards them. Your brothers didn't ask for this. They were born like that. I know how it feels though, feeling left out. And feeling like your parents don't love you. They really do. They just don't have time to express that love, which is kinda sad really.  Maybe you could get involved in helping your brothers out. Depending on how old they are, you can educate them on reading emotions, and things like that. They're great life skills. Or simply just being there for them is something you can do. Autism itself is a pretty frustrating thing for the person who has it. My friend hates it, but tries to live with it as a gift. Just a little support can go a long way.
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