Girl Handbook

Girl Handbook is a guide to the mind of the average Teenage girl, pre-teen, and even adult women. And the crazy hormones girls have. Girl handbook expresses the troubles of the average girl , Girl codes, and the things that normal teenagers just dont want to talk about! This is a book full of how to fit in, the troubles of moving, and how to go from the outsider to the leader. The ups & downs of mother nature. And how life just isnt fair sometimes.

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13. When you're the NEW girl

There comes a point in everyone's life when they're the newbie at school - be that the first day of reception, or halfway through year 8. It's often daunting and a common source of bullying. Remember though, it's happened to everyone at some time.

Except if you're home schooled. Yeah, if you're home schooled you probably don't want to read this chapter.

The New - in - the - middle - of - school - term Dilemma

Yup, this is hard. For loads of you girls out there, you'll count it as a new change or fresh start, if you've had problems in your previous school. But for even more, this is going to be one of the toughest experiences of your life. For a lot of you, your first day will go like this.

*This is an analogy and how not to do things* Sandra walks a mile or so to a completely foreign school bus stop. However, she has to wait a good half  hour as the bus is late. When it (finally) arrives she gets jostled about and pushed. She then walks up the stairs to sit on the top floor of the bus, where she finds out to late, is where all the older, rowdier kids sit. They make fun of her, push her around, and don't let her sit down.

When she arrives at school she gets lost on her way to form. No one will tell her where to go so she asks a strict teacher, who thinks she's being purposely stupid and gives her a detention. Sandra finds form after ten minutes, when it's almost ended. She gets introduced to her class but doesn't smile or talk to them as she is scared.

The rest of the day goes down hill from there. She gets lost again on her way to detention and lands herself a double after school detention. A gang of girls make fun of her but she has no friends to help stand up for her. She over hears the boys in her class calling her posh as she doesn't speak much and isn't from the area. She doesn't try to stop them and ends up coming home in tears.

 

All in all a horrible first day. I repeat, this is how NOT to do things!! 

Instead, try something more like this -

*This is an analogy*Sandra walks to the bus, excited for her first day! She smiles (but not to much, she doesn't want to look mental) as she steps on the bus, and takes care to sit on the bottom floor, next to someone her age, looking friendly. She begins to talk to them. They make friends, but Sandra can tell this girl doesn't really want to talk to her, once she finds out Sandra's the year below.

At school, she gets lost, but asks a helpful teacher the way to her form, 8b. In form, she really does make friends -  with her form room table, who show her around the school. No one dares to tease Sandra with her new friends around her.

 

That my friends is a wrap. Seriously tough, my advice is to act really pleasant and nice so you make friends as soon as possible. Remember to smile and you'll be fine! :) :) :)

If you start school with a bunch of other people, that makes it a lot easier. because lucky you - they don't know anyone either!

 

As always, please remember, that if you like this book, like fave and fan the authors. We're trying to get it in the top 3 'other' books this month.

Singing off, Mirlotta xx :)

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