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Jump to content. You currently have javascript disabled. Several functions may not work. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. MPA is a site dedicated to the support or recovery of those suffering from eating disorders or body dysmorphic disorders. Please be sensitive to this fact when creating an account and contributing to the board. Posted 15 January - AM. Honestly I just tell people who get nosy that I don't have much of an appetite lately because I've been stressed. It seems to simple to work, but it does most of the time for me. Good luck! Current BMI: I would just eat a lot of negative calories foods like celery, i do that when people comment about my eating habits. I'm a teacher and it's our job morally and ethically to make sure our students are safe. It's a position I really don't like being in sometimes, but we do have to report self-harm behaviors. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Diagnosed AN and other shit. Back to top 6 ascetic asthetic ascetic asthetic Advanced Sage. I know it's uncomfortable for you, but I imagine it's even harder on them. My spirit animal Helena: Spoiler. Community Forum Software by IP. Board 3. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. About MPA MPA is a site dedicated to the support or recovery of those suffering from eating disorders or body dysmorphic disorders. Nosy Teachers? Started by skeletoncliqueJan 15 AM. Please log in to reply. Posted 15 January - AM Hi, this is my first post so I'm still figuring everything out, and this might be super long, but I had a question. Some background info: I really don't like self-diagnosing, so I'm just going to say that I heavily restrict and have done cycles of this and bingeing for about 2. My friend I'll call her Sarah is naturally thin, but I kind of have suspicions that she restricts as well, but we don't talk about it. My other friend I'll call her Alexalways copies anything either I or Sarah do and is constantly self-diagnosing herself with a new mental illness, but that's a different story. Anyway, we have 3 favorite teachers former and current that we sometimes eat lunch with. We ate with two of them on the same day a few days ago, and all they could talk about was how we weren't eating anything, and how unhealthy it was as if I didn't realize. Lunch was finally over, and we resumed class. Then, today, we ate lunch with our other close teacher. The other two teachers must have told him about our eating habits or something, because when he walked in, he asked if we were going to eat and went on and on about how unhealthy it was, like we were 4 years old. Then after lunch, my friend walked into his classroom and he looked her up and down kind of pitifully and frowned, as if he was super worried. So, my question is: has anyone dealt with a similar situation?

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During these challenging times, we guarantee we will work tirelessly to support you. We will continue to give you accurate and timely information throughout the crisis, and we will deliver on our mission β€” to help everyone in the world learn how to do anything β€” no matter what. Thank you to our community and to all of our readers who are working to aid others in this time of crisis, and to all of those who are making personal sacrifices for the good of their communities. We will get through this together. Updated: July 10, References. Everybody has met an overly-nosy person, like a co-worker, or parents, and most likely, a brother or sister. You don't want to be rude to them, but you just want them to knock it off. Here are some likely ways that will make them bored of you. Log in Facebook Loading Google Loading Civic Loading No account yet? Create an account. We use cookies to make wikiHow great. By using our site, you agree to our cookie policy. As the COVID situation develops, our hearts ache as we think about all the people around the world that are affected by the pandemic Read morebut we are also encouraged by the stories of our readers finding help through our site. Article Edit. Learn why people trust wikiHow. To create this article, 28 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. Together, they cited 9 references. This article has also been viewedtimes. Learn more Explore this Article Steps. Tips and Warnings.

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Ok so today my "wonderful" over caring teacher decided to call my mom. I don't know if she called her to tell her that i am anorexic or that i cut. And no i didn't tell this teacher about these two problems, she kinda just guessed. I'm not skinny 5 feet 9 inches and pounds She is very nosy and always is poking where she shouldn't. I don't know if i should go up to her tomorrow and talk to her or just ignore her. Please help i am so scared and really don't know what to do. My mom and her are going to talk tomorrow so idk if i should go and ask her to back off or just let her talk to my mom. Should i ask her to back off? Sometimes your school may ask you to answer nosy questions about your personal life, your attitudes, feelings and opinions, your family, or your friends. Sometimes you are told to write the answers on a survey or questionnaire. Sometimes these nosy questions are part of a test, lesson, game, activity, or counseling. Do not answer these nosy questions because They invite nosy snooping by school personnel into your, your family and friends' personal lives. You have a right to privacy about your personal attitudes, opinions, feelings, relationships, and actions outside of school. Don't answer any of these questions even if the school tells you the answers will be kept secret or confidential because it is easy for the school to identify your answers. Here are some examples of nosy questions that your school should not ask you - and which you should not answer. Has drinking or drug use by any family member caused family, health, job or legal problems? If yes, who? Do you worry about dying soon? How often do you use the following: cigarettes, beer, wine, hard liquor, marijuana, acid, speed, cocaine, crack, heroin? Do you know of a place to go to see a doctor, nurse or counselor without your parents knowing about it? Tell the teacher you are not going to answer these questions because your parents have told you not to. If the school makes it so difficult that you feel forced to turn in the questionnaire, then turn it in blank or check an answer that means "no opinion". Note: All the above are actual questions asked of public school pupils in the last several years.

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By Jevon Allen. I had the chance to teach them everything that they would know about English and I took a lot of pride in that. In a way, that class taught me in return the preciousness of every teaching opportunity. When they came in the door, I was waiting for them. It was time to start the class but they just stayed huddled together as my six foot plus frame towered over them. Everything about me was big. I realized how intimidating I must have been to them since none of them even came up to my waist and Yuya, the littlest one, was barely over my knee. I had to lighten things up, so I grabbed a cute little stuffed animal β€” a tiger, to toss back and forth as we said our names. I started. It bounced off of her face and fell on the ground. Soon, they got the hang of catching and throwing and questions and answers. We were always doing different types of activities to keep things interesting and there was never a dull moment. At last, when it came time for shy little Yuya to show the picture that he had drawn of me. He was adamant not to have his drawing be seen. I just assumed that he was being modest. I opened it….

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Posted by June Xia Diversions. I was a high school senior not so long ago. During application season, I was sometimes baffled by why so many people wanted to know the exact same thing about me, over and over again. So next time those friendly neighbors decide to pop in for a visit and ask about your college list, ask them about what their children are doing instead! Just out of preschool and already preparing for higher education; he must be one smart fella! Teachers can mix it up once in awhile too, you know. Thanks so much! In all seriousness though, sometimes these adults and peers deserve a break. I can see more and more now where adults are coming from when they ask high school students what their college plans are. Not only is it an easy and time-relevant conversation topic, curiosity is also really hard to stifle sometimes, having gone through the same process themselves and in my case, not all too long ago, which makes my curiosity and sympathy about the process all the more heightened. June is a junior at Cornell University studying biology. She attended public high school in the Philly suburbs, where she ate lots of water ice and hoagies. Writing poetry and knitting kept her sane during admissions season, plus a lot of chocolate and hugs; she made it out alive, and is all the more introspective and aware thanks to the experience. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Feature image from pinterest. Seize the opportunity to learn something new about others! Phone a friend; redirect the question to someone else to answer for you! Be vague. Use this as a teaching opportunity to show others how the education system works! About Latest Posts. June Xia. About The Author. June Xia June is a junior at Cornell University studying biology. Related Posts. Leave a reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Search for:. Tags academics admissions advice applications brown campuses choices choosing colleges classes college college application college applications college list college prep columbia comparing children competition cornell dartmouth destress destressing expectations extracurriculars family friends grades harvard high school high school students hindsight ivy league majors parents peer pressure personal growth pressure princeton procrastination sat stress stress relief transitions university of pennsylvania visits yale.

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