Advice For You

Grace Wilson, Staff Writer

“Why are the boys in my class so upset when people say they do not like our president? Like why do they love that man so much?” -Anonymous

To be fair, I am not sure why some of the 13-14 year olds idolize Donald Trump so much. Personally, I really like and agree with the opinions of Mr. Harry Styles because he loves all types of people, is very accepting, has helped so many people love who they are and not let people change themselves to fit other people’s outline of how they “should be”. I have asked around and nobody I have talked to loves Trump for those reasons (obviously). I cannot answer that question for sure, so it might be best to ask them directly.


“I saw my girlfriend kissing my best friend, but I don’t blame either of them… is there something wrong with me?” -Anonymous

No. There is nothing wrong with you. It’s possible you feel guilty for something you have done to either/both of them, so you are automatically forgiving them, so you’re “even”. Under no circumstance is it ok for anyone to do that to another person, no matter if they did it to hurt someone else, or not. I think you should talk to the both of them and figure out what exactly happened and why.


“I’m not pretty enough, how do I get prettier?” -Anonymous

Do not let anyone say you aren’t pretty enough, or good enough. If anyone says that, walk away calmly, but do not let it get to you. I know that is easier said than done, but when I say this, it’s true: whoever you are, you are enough. Please never believe the people that say you are not pretty, for you would be lying to yourself.