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Dear preteenagersCongratulations you are about to enter a new passage of life your teenage years This new passage ahead of you may seem long and dim and you may be wondering what your life ahead of you is going to be like You probably have a lot of fears and questions for your future Will I make a lot of friends in school What kind of choices is the best for me How do I deal with troublesome people As a teenager myself I can tell you that there is no need to stress A new environment always seems scary However with the guidelines from this letter you can familiarize yourself with your teenage years and hopefully your anxiety will be under controlA major problem that you may encounter is making friends When you go into high school little or none of your friends from your old school will be with you So what do you do when you are friendless and lonely A good way to make friends is to join as many school clubs and sports teams as possible Many of these events require teamwork This is a good way to meet new people and work with them Also it is necessary to have a clean neat appearance You dont need to buy loads of expensive clothes from famous brands you just need to make sure that you are presentable It is a common habit for people to associate those who are well dressed and avoid the people they find unappealing In addition you should try to help other people Helping others can make a good impression of you People will remember your good deed and be thankful to you Theyd be glad to make friends with you since you are helpful to themAnother problem in the teenage years is peer pressure When many people press you to accomplish dangerous events some people find it very hard to say no When you
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