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im really scared about opening up to teachers what is going on in my mind, how i feel and my problems. I can also tell my science teacher is worried coz he is staring at me. what do i do?
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Hi,
im really scared about opening up to teachers what is going on in my mind, how i feel and my problems. I can also tell my science teacher is worried coz he is staring at me. what do i do?
Don't be scared teachers have a responsibility to take care of you
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im really scared about opening up to teachers what is going on in my mind, how i feel and my problems. I can also tell my science teacher is worried coz he is staring at me. what do i do?
Saffron go and speak to a cousnelor on childline 0800 1111

If you really wnat to speak to a teacher then write a note and hand it to them. You have veen asking about this for weeks now.

What about your parents or adult sibling?
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im terrified
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Don't be scared teachers have a responsibility to take care of you
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im sorry!!!


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Saffron go and speak to a cousnelor on childline 0800 1111

If you really wnat to speak to a teacher then write a note and hand it to them. You have veen asking about this for weeks now.

What about your parents or adult sibling?
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im sorry!!!
Why are you not speaking to ChildLine?
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im sorry!!!
No need to be sorry, im concerned that you are worried, but you need to speak to someone. they will listen If you cant speak to this teacher (I cant see why they are so important) then is there anyone else? GP, sibling, parent, school nurse other teacher you trust?
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Have you thought about asking if you could have a word private so you can open up and tell a teacher what's on your mind
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i AM !
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Why are you not speaking to ChildLine?
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no i havent

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Have you thought about asking if you could have a word private so you can open up and tell a teacher what's on your mind
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i AM !
Did they not help, ask them to speak to school for you about how you feel
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Saffron go and speak to a cousnelor on childline 0800 1111

If you really wnat to speak to a teacher then write a note and hand it to them. You have veen asking about this for weeks now.

What about your parents or adult sibling?
Hey,
I've had some issues of my own in the past. Obviously we all have different reasons why we may not want to turn to teachers, even people we know. For me, it's a hatred for melodrama / dramatic things in general. Even writing this is making me cringe. (obviously it shouldn't but I'm just sharing k :') )

Childline can be good, but often they just echo what you say to them. I would recommend Samaritans helpline, which is also free and open 24 hours. Obviously Childline is more specialised for young people, and problems which are associated with teenagers and children etc. I found Samaritans more human, I guess.

Anyway, what's important is the step you need to take to get help, or have a chat, maybe talk to someone more qualified than TSR folk (although you're doing good by asking here too!)

Don't be afraid, make the call, hang up when you're done. It's free, nobody has to know, and you have nothing at all to lose, in fact you will probably end up feeling better.

Good luck!
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i AM !
And what have they told you to do?
Why cant you speak to GP or parents?
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yeah but then mum will be called wont she
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Did they not help, ask them to speak to school for you about how you feel
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Hey,
I've had some issues of my own in the past. Obviously we all have different reasons why we may not want to turn to teachers, even people we know. For me, it's a hatred for melodrama / dramatic things in general. Even writing this is making me cringe. (obviously it shouldn't but I'm just sharing k :' )

Childline can be good, but often they just echo what you say to them. I would recommend Samaritans helpline, which is also free and open 24 hours. Obviously Childline is more specialised for young people, and problems which are associated with teenagers and children etc. I found Samaritans more human, I guess.

Anyway, what's important is the step you need to take to get help, or have a chat, maybe talk to someone more qualified than TSR folk (although you're doing good by asking here too!)

Don't be afraid, make the call, hang up when you're done. It's free, nobody has to know, and you have nothing at all to lose, in fact you will probably end up feeling better.

Good luck!
Except if you follow the OPS posts you will see she makes a point of wanting to speak to her teacher, arranging appointments, talking to teaching assistant, but never carries it through. Have you been following her threads?

It would be to her benefit is he talked to someone and got her concerns out, It would relieve a lot of worry.

Which is different from your desire not to speak to someone.

Saffron go and speak to your GP, they are confidential and wont speak to anyone without your permission.
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yeah but then mum will be called wont she
No. It is confidential. If you don't want the school to inform your mum then ask ChildLine not to.
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ask childline not to what
i need my school to be aware
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No. It is confidential. If you don't want the school to inform your mum then ask ChildLine not to.
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Hi,
im really scared about opening up to teachers what is going on in my mind, how i feel and my problems. I can also tell my science teacher is worried coz he is staring at me. what do i do?
Don't be nervous and don't worry, teachers are there to help you and they really do care!

I hope that you are okay and that you get help with whatever is upsetting you/ making you sad. If you are being bullied or are feeling depressed it is really important to tell someone - they can help you. I hope that you are okay and just know that you can get through this. x
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techically i think i am being bullied

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Don't be nervous and don't worry, teachers are there to help you and they really do care!

I hope that you are okay and that you get help with whatever is upsetting you/ making you sad. If you are being bullied or are feeling depressed it is really important to tell someone - they can help you. I hope that you are okay and just know that you can get through this. x
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Except if you follow the OPS posts you will see she makes a point of wanting to speak to her teacher, arranging appointments, talking to teaching assistant, but never carries it through. Have you been following her threads?

It would be to her benefit is he talked to someone and got her concerns out, It would relieve a lot of worry.

Which is different from your desire not to speak to someone.

Saffron go and speak to your GP, they are confidential and wont speak to anyone without your permission.
okay um, sorry. I guess I was just trying to help.
Whatever works for OP. Nah I haven't been 'following her threads' :') if she's so worried about who to talk to, I would certainly ring up one of the numbers that have been suggested (:
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