Middle School Problems - Self Esteem
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I have a question about this problem.
But what if my classmates think I'm dumb?
No, I'm fine!
Did you need help with something?
Self-esteem is a problem in many middle schools. Students think that they will get bullied or laughed at because they have trouble with subjects.
It can lead to anxiety, sleep deprivation, and even suicide. Self-esteem is a serious problem andneeds fixing. To combat self-esteem problems, we can first start by stopping bullying altogether. There would be no self-esteem problems if we didn't have people bullying in the first place.
So talk to your teacher! Nobody is going to bully you for asking questions in class. Don't worry about it!
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