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    as i have said in previous posts, i have thought about it and feel like i need to talk to my teacher about my problems that include self harm and the thoughts i have etc. how should i approach him?
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    Just ask to speak to him after class once everyone is gone and tell him that you wanted to confide in a trusted adult about what you're going through, teachers are trained to deal with these things, don't be worried, just make sure you tell him in whatever way you feel most comfortable.
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    Could you perhaps email him and ask to speak to him at a time when you are both free?
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Could you perhaps email him and ask to speak to him at a time when you are both free?
    No I'm not able to do that


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    as i have said in previous posts, i have thought about it and feel like i need to talk to my teacher Mr Elmy about my problems that include self harm and the thoughts i have etc. how should i approach him?
    honestly, just go up to him after the lesson and say could i speak to you for a bit and then just bring up whatever you want to say. it's much less stressful than emailing him and deciding what to say- you want to sound urgent but not too urgent that he brings all members of staff in at once
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    Just drop him a note and ask to speak to him about something private. You could also try the nurse if you have one at school. Alternatively try childline.
    http://www.childline.org.uk/Talk/Cha...Q&gclsrc=aw.ds

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    I have experience with doing this; either hover at the end of a lesson or go and see him at break/lunch but ensure you leave enough time to talk about everything you need to. I have a past of SH as well, if you want to talk about how to approach your teacher or anything else at all feel free to drop me a message- everyone needs help from time to time
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    (Original post by eleanor27)
    I have experience with doing this; either hover at the end of a lesson or go and see him at break/lunch but ensure you leave enough time to talk about everything you need to. I have a past of SH as well, if you want to talk about how to approach your teacher or anything else at all feel free to drop me a message- everyone needs help from time to time
    Thank you I just PM u


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    Btw dont use real names of people.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Btw dont use real names of people.
    this, remove your teacher's name from your OP

    I would find him at some point and say you could do with talking to him alone, that way he can give you a time where he doesn't have to run off imminently and make sure you have a space with interruptions
 
 
 
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