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More than 4, of you responded to our survey this year and one thing was clear: Liking someone — or having someone like you — can be soooooooo embarrassing. How embarrassing? Enough to make kids blush, hide in the restroom at school, or even feel like throwing up. Nothing romantic about that! This happy embarrasses girls lead to problems. Nick, 10, said he felt embarrassed and angry when people started talking about how he has a crush on a certain girl. Brandon, 10, said he was embarrassed when a girl made fun of him and how much he liked her in front of the whole class.
It made Katherine want to cry when her best friend yelled out that she liked Ray. Clare, 11, knew there was trouble the day she saw a group of cool boys whispering and pointing at her. Passing notes also seems to lead to a lot of embarrassment. Emily 12, got a love note from a boy, responded that she liked him too, but then the teacher caught the note and read it aloud! Sanela, 10, has had two embarrassing moments. One, when someone left a love note on her desk. Everyone was looking at her and she was so nervous she dropped all her art supplies on the floor.
Based on our survey, here are some tips for avoiding embarrassment and helping other people do the same:. The good news is that almost all kids think girls and boys can be friends. For example, if you put two girls who are friends together alone in a room, they might start talking and chatting. A girl and a guy just hanging out playing trashcan basketball? That sounds like a slam-dunking friendship to us.
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Health Alerts: Coronavirus. Health Library. Flu Information. Nutrition Videos. Injury Prevention. Community Health Needs Assessment. Here are some situations that make kids uncomfortable: Getting a phone call,or note from someone who likes you.
Admitting that you like someone and finding out he or she only likes you as a friend. Getting turned down after asking someone to dance. Talking on the phone to someone you like and having your mom pick up the phone! Hearing false rumors that you like someone or when people talk about how you like a certain person. A Sour Note? Based on our survey, here are some tips for avoiding embarrassment and helping other people do the same: Try not to make fun of others or spread rumors about who likes whom.
But if your attention makes the person feel uncomfortable or angry, try to back off. Talk to a parent or a trusted adult if you need help or advice. Health Library Search. Make a Donation. Connect with Rady Children's.Happy embarrasses girls
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