November 2008
Dolly;Nov2008, Issue 457, p153
The article offers pieces of advice on how to deal with old schoolmate who fights, strict parents that do not allow their children to go to under-18s nightclubs and friendship issues. With regard to the old schoolmate, it would be worth approaching her or just ignore it. For children with strict parents, it is better to talk to the parents and reassure them.


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