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Pause before posting. Always take a moment to think how any post you make could affect your reputation, relationships with others or if it could get you into trouble. Facebook may be virtual but it’s based on the real world – social media is not a computer game! 47 CHAPTER THREE 24 Becca, 14 , ÀQG LW HDVLHU WR FKDW WR ER\V online than in person! Help! I don’t know how to talk to real boys from school. There’s a boy I really like at the moment and we chat a lot online, but I get really tongue-tied when I see him in person.
Some say we experience crushes to get our minds used to being in love when we’re older. Many people get crushes over authority ﬁgures like teachers or people in the public eye like celebrities. You need to face the facts in this situation and realise that the whole thing is one-sided; your teacher doesn’t feel the same. You may be turning 16 next year, but he is your teacher so nothing can ever happen. If a teacher did have any sort of relationship with a pupil he would get into very serious trouble.
The internet is forever! In this particular case, I suggest having a quiet word with one (or both) of the girls and telling them what you know. Show them this advice if you like and direct them to the social networking advice website in Get Connected! on pages 94-95 so that they can avoid a situation like this in the future. 50 M AT E S , DAT E S & S O C I A L M E D I A M I S TA K E S 27 Myy friends hate myy boyfriend. y Should I break up with him? I started seeing a new boy recently. He’s really good looking but he’s an ‘emo’.
52 Teen Girl Problems & How To Solve Them by Alex Hooper-Hodson