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Kelly perseveres



Mrs. Peck's Advice Column



By Emma Polaski and Mackenzie Kenny


Dear Mrs. Peck,
My friend, Kelly is having a little trouble on the lacrosse field. She keeps underestimating herself and not believing that she can do it. Any Advice?
Sincerely,
Kelly’s friend

Dear Kelly’s friend,
I think Kelly’s problem is that she needs to start believing in herself because even I know she can do it. She needs to persevere during the game. Good luck!
From,
Mrs. Peck

Dear Mrs. Peck,
Here is my situation. The other day I by accidentally knocked over the guinea pig cage in our science room. I saw the guinea pigs escape yet, couldn’t catch them. I’m not sure if I should admit that I did it to Mrs. Milesky, the lower school science teacher. Any Advice?
Thanks,
Freddie

Dear Freddie,
Your situation is very hard to deal with. I personally think that you shouldn’t have even thought about not telling the truth. Telling the truth and admitting it is the better and more responsible thing to do. I have to admit as a kid I usually didn’t admit it however, now that I’m an adult I know the more responsible thing to do. I know that it is really wrong and immature to lie and not tell the truth. Admitting it to Mrs. Milesky is the more mature thing to do.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Peck
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The two friends make up

Dear Mrs. Peck,
My friend and I were very loyal and devoted best friends. One day, we got in a mammoth fight. We began to worry and doubt our friendship. Do you think I should try to make up with her or stop believing in our friendship and cease to trust her?
From,
Michelle

Dear Michelle,
I think without a doubt you should make up with your true friend. It seems like you have a very true and special relationship, which you should treasure. You should keep it that way.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Peck