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Mum is always telling me I have to work hard at school but I find a lot of my lessons boring. I’d rather be hanging out with my friends than learning about stuff that happened a zillion years ago. Mum says if I don’t pay attention in class I won’t pass my GCSEs but I don’t really care. What’s so important about them anyway? Lisa, 15 Alex says School can seem a bit tiresome and irrelevant in your teenage years, particularly when you feel there’s a world out there waiting to be explored. But there is a very good reason to pay attention and take it seriously.
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We spend all our time together and I can’t stop thinking about him. I don’t want to tell him that I love him in case it’s not true, but I know I want to say it. Is there any way to tell if you’re really in love or do you just have to sort of guess? Alex says Having a crush and being in love can feel similar, but there are differences. You can have a crush on someone without meeting them, whereas love usually involves lots of personal contact. A crush is technically an infatuation – in other words it is superﬁcial.
52 Teen Girl Problems & How To Solve Them by Alex Hooper-Hodson