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    Please keep anon,just incase my Sister or her friends read this

    My Sister is 14 & has been unhappy lately.
    She's always been very happy & confident, Had masses of Friends

    But recently she's been very quiet & hasn't seen any friends,when at home.
    she also isn't eating as much. If parents are out,she won't eat much atall

    I've heard her crying in the Bathroom recently. Thisafternoon She told me she's being bullied by some Girls at School

    I dunno what to do, coz she doesn't want our Parents to know ?
    I'm just worried about her & hate seeing her clearly upset
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    how old are you? because you could always go into your school and talk to the teachers yourself?
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    cute post. Just talk to her about her try telling the school etc
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    I'm worried that she's not eating much atall
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    Talk to her about it. Tell her how you feel.

    Nothing we can say can make the situation better with your sister. Only you and her can do that. Together.
    Let her know that you are worried about her.

    And see how it goes from there. Good luck
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    woah are you me???!
    i am having the exact same problem...
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    let her know you're there for her entirely, talk to the people/the teachers at school, offer her any asupport she needs.. I know first hand that bad things can happen when young girls (seems to affect them more than boys) feel like theyre having troubles and have no one to turn to..
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    talk to her, it's all you can really do to start with.
    what are the girls doing? is she deliberately not eating or just a bit stressed by it all?


    i hope you can help her, you sound like such a nice sister! my sister & i have NEVER got along, but i wish i had a nicer younger sister i could look out for (:
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    I dunno what to do, coz she doesn't want our Parents to know ?
    Be a friendly ear to her, if she can talk to you she won't feel alone. Encourage her to talk about it to find out what is happening. Let her know you are there for her but to be honest, if you really want to help her I would tell your parents and they can sort things out at school.
 
 
 
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