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 Is there a need to see a psychologist??
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By: belle (offline)  Thursday, April 15 2010 @ 07:15 AM CDT (Read 1099 times)  
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recently my friend told me her girl who's in P3 was caught passing notes to her friend discussing ways to confess to her 'crush'. And because of this, the form teacher is forcing her to bring her girl to see a psychologist... I know her girl's a little too young to be having such thoughts, but is there really a need to see a psychologist??

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By: Ethan (offline)  Wednesday, April 21 2010 @ 03:34 AM CDT  
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i don't think it's really that big an issue unless the crush is of the same sex! kidding.. prob your friend just needs to have a practical talk with her girl

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By: syun (offline)  Saturday, April 24 2010 @ 02:50 PM CDT  
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Gosh, kids these days sure grow fast... Tell your friend not to worry la, probably just a kids' thingy...

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By: CanCan (offline)  Saturday, May 01 2010 @ 10:15 AM CDT  
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This brings back memories... When I was P4, I had a huge crush on a boy. That infatuation only faded when I left Primary school. Sadly, after I confused my liking for him, he avoided me from then on. However, I grew stronger and excelled in my studies.

Seriously, I don't see anything wrong having to like someone. It's not like they are dating or doing sth wrong. He or she should see a psychologist when he/she hates everybody!

If I were your friend, I would like to see the principal to find out the basis of such recommendation. I would also want to know if such approach came from MOE? You see, as a result of this form teacher's recommendation, the child will end up thinking that liking someone is not a right thing to do. I'll leave it to you to imagine the consequences.

There is only a need for the parent to talk nicely to her daughter about the this topic.

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