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Dear John

Novembre 2013
You can write to John Peter Sloan about your problems in love, life, everything. Write to him (in English, please! And put “Dear John” as the subject) at: webmaster@speakupmagazine.it By the way, John doesn’t enjoy answering questions about grammar and language. So, if you have any, please post them on http://blog.speakuponline.it

di John Peter Sloan

John Peter Sloan
John Peter Sloan

Dear John,
I’d like some advice from you and I’d be really happy if you could help me. I’m in trouble at home with my mother. She’s a bit hysterical, she’s always in a bad mood with me, but I love her very much. My parents are divorced and it’s complicated having to live like this. I also like a boy, but I don’t have the courage to go and talk to him. I believe he likes me, too. Please can you help me?
Natalia

You didn’t say how old you are, but I suspect you’re pretty young. Your mum is a perfectly normal mum, you are probably changing and being difficult due to hormone tsunami (teenage girls can be very difficult) and she’s just trying to cope on her own. You like a boy (hormone tsunami) ... let him come to you... be a little distant... smile at his friend... he’ll go crazy!


Dear John,
My problem is that I recently moved to another school  where I met a boy. I love him so much, but we’ve never actually spoken to each other. We spent a break standing side by side and only exchanged glances, and now I want to tell him everything I feel for him, but I don’t know how to do so because I’m too shy.
Please help me!!
Sabrina
 

Organise a game: tell him that you have to do some interviews for a new teen magazine. Interview him! Here are your questions:
“Name? Hobbies? If you had to spend three weeks on a desert island who would you take?” (if he names one of his friends, then follow the question up with: “And if it was a girl, who would it be?”)
Keep mentioning how stupid the questions are, for the “reality effect!”


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