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He won't stop - October 15th 2015, 03:36 PM

So there's this boy in my class that keeps imidtating me. Everything I do he does. I told my teachers and he lyed on me. Acting like he didn't know what I was talking about. I told my grandma and my therapist but i don't think they fully understand. I really wanna switch schools but I don't know how. My therapist won't even help me on that one. There's not a lot of high schools in my district or area that I can go to. I would have to go to a different district that's not far. But again I don't know how. I tried ignoring him but it just doesn't work. I don't know what else to do.
   
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Re: He won't stop - October 15th 2015, 07:21 PM

I'm sorry you're going through this.

Do you think you can try to talk to your teacher again? Maybe you can consider staying after class or some other time so the two of you can talk privately. This will give you some time to fully explain everything. Make sure you make her aware of the fact that he lied about it when he was confronted. Do you think switching classes would help you before you consider switching schools? I think you should speak to a school counselor or an administrator and make them aware of the situation, and maybe ask to switch classes. If you still want to switch schools, maybe you can ask them about that as well so they can give you some helpful resources.


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Re: He won't stop - October 15th 2015, 10:02 PM

Hi, Ashley.

I'm also sorry you're going through this. It sounds upsetting and frustrating.

As Calico said, can you try talking to your teacher again? Explain to your teacher how he acts and how he lies about what he is doing. If your teacher was aware of how he pretends as he isn't doing anything once it's brought to someone's attention, your teacher may want to keep a closer eye on him to see if you are being truthful. Then your teacher will see that you are being truthful and hopefully something will be done.

Other than your teacher, is there anyone else you can go to about both this issue and to see if they have any suggestions for you in terms of potentially switching to a different school? Your school counselor, the principal and a different teacher could be helpful in both situations.

Can you keep us updated on how things go for you? I hope things improve so you don't have to deal with situations like this at school. Take care.
   
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Re: He won't stop - October 16th 2015, 09:12 AM

I agree with the others, but just wanted to add, is there someone who could go to the teacher with you? It can be helpful having someone back you up, so hopefully the teacher will be able to do more for you. Otherwise, switching classes might be a good option.

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