Archive for the ‘Youth’ Category

postheadericon How to Cope With Being on a School Bus with Younger Kids

How to Cope With Being on a School Bus with Younger Kids

Some schools teach children of many ages, often from preschool to the end of high school. If you go to one of these schools, and take the school bus, then you probably have a couple of little kids on your bus. They may be annoying and frustrating, but you can learn how to deal with them. Another frustrating thing is that schools like this often have fewer students, and therefore smaller school buses (some have as few as four or five rows). Steps 1 Talk to the kids your age…

postheadericon How to Cope With Classmates Hating You

How to Cope With Classmates Hating You

Three Parts:Assessing Your Relationship with ClassmatesProtecting Yourself against MistreatmentRebuilding Your Self-ConfidenceCommunity Q&A It can be difficult to attend class on a daily basis when it’s obvious your classmates don’t like you. Maybe you’ve just moved to the area and your classmates treat you like an outsider. Or, perhaps you did something to aggravate a popular classmate and now everyone is turning their backs on you. Whatever the reason, it’s okay to feel confused and upset. Learn how to cope when you don’t seem to have many friends in your class….

postheadericon How to Cope with Boredom in a Post Exam School Week

How to Cope with Boredom in a Post Exam School Week

After exams, the final week or so before the vacation break can be a weird one. It’s often quiet, there’s nothing more to learn and your teachers are more focused on marking exams and time till school is over. You may be bored witless in spite of the teachers’ warnings to sit still and be quiet. If your school is having a hard time giving you things to do, you’ll just have to make these last days more interesting yourself. 1 Chill. You’ve worked hard all year and exams and…

postheadericon How to Cope With Annoying and Nagging Parents

How to Cope With Annoying and Nagging Parents

Three Parts:Dealing with NaggingPreventing Future NaggingUnderstanding NaggingCommunity Q&A Growing up is really tough, so it’s understandable that kids and teens can have a hard time dealing with their parents’ nagging. Unfortunately, in most cases there is no getting around their grievances, so it’s usually in your best interest to work with them, rather than against. Of course, that is easier said than done; even if you have a great relationship with your parents, it can be very difficult to get them to see things from your point of view. Whenever…

postheadericon How to Cope In School

How to Cope In School

Do you want to get through school without any problems? In order to do that, you will want to take a few things into consideration. Steps 1 Get good quality, budget clothes. If you want to survive school, buy some nice, fashionable but cheap clothes. Wear jeans and a plain shirt if you want to look low key. If you have a uniform, keep it clean and dress it up with nice earrings or a bright bag. Don’t try too hard to look fashionable…people will see right through your attempts….

postheadericon How to Cope when Your Parent Is at Hospital With a Severe Illness

How to Cope when Your Parent Is at Hospital With a Severe Illness

No matter what age you are, seeing a parent in hospital who’s suffering from a serious condition is always a stressful and upsetting time. You feel helpless because they are helpless and vulnerable. This article is written for you, with the hope that it may provide some helpful advice on how to cope in such a situation. 1 Chill out in between hospital visits. Taking a simple jog or run can clear your mind and help you feel at ease. Exercising also releases endorphins, which help induce calming – if…

postheadericon How to Cope Until School Starts (for Eager Back to Schoolers)

How to Cope Until School Starts (for Eager Back to Schoolers)

Five Parts:Feeding your passion for learningSetting yourself objectivesFilling your time with interesting activitiesSpending time with friends and familyPreparing for schoolCommunity Q&A Do you enjoy school? Are you ambitious and eager to get back to school? Does it seem like forever until school is back in session? Here are some tips and ideas for education-fueled youth to cope up until your classes begins. Steps Part 1 Feeding your passion for learning 1 Identify the underlying reason for your eagerness. Sometimes, it’s not school itself that makes you yearn for it. It…

postheadericon How to Cope Until School Starts

How to Cope Until School Starts

Whether you’re one of those people who just LOVE school, or you just want to go back to see your friends… or crush, this can help. Steps 1 Meet up with people from school. Making plans with your friends can help you to forget about school over vacation! Perhaps have a sleepover? 2 Write wikiHow articles! This will keep you occupied for a while and make you forget all about school! If you’re not feeling like writing articles, how about a story? or a poem? Grab a pen and paper…

postheadericon How to Cope if You Are Going to an International Academy for High School

How to Cope if You Are Going to an International Academy for High School

The International Academy is an IB (International Baccalaureate) school commencing from the 9th through 12th grades. Known for its higher standards and better education, it generally holds a lottery. If you are one of the people who has gotten through, the next steps may need guidance. Steps 1 Know how you feel about this. The International Academy is not really one campus, but there are several all around the world, making this an ideal article for anyone around the world. It is known to be one of the best schools…

postheadericon How to Convince Your Parents to Let You Have an iPod Touch

How to Convince Your Parents to Let You Have an iPod Touch

Four Methods:Proving Your ResponsibilityProving the iPod is PracticalOffering to Help PayAsking at the Right TimeCommunity Q&A The iPod touch is more than just an iPod. It is an organizer, a gaming device, and a portal to the internet. In short, it is a tool that will help organize your life as well as fill your time with multiple types of entertainment. Even though it may seem completely necessary to you, your parents might not feel the same way. It will take careful convincing to get them to see things from…