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Entry Number 012- T.S.A. Answers

By: T.S.A./Guest Writer

Question: Hi, I have a class that has a big issue. They talk in class very loudly, they act like little children, and they are not very organized. I think that they don’t care about my sensitive hearing. Sometimes I have to yell very loudly to get them to shut up! They have been doing this for as long as I remember them. I can’t take it anymore! Any advice?                                                                                                              From: Overwhelmed

Answer: People develop at different paces than others. Because of this, it makes it difficult to put up with certain classmates who have yet to fully mature. Specifically males, scientifically, mature at a slower pace than females. There isn’t anything wrong with it, it is just the way we were created. However, you should not have to deal with classmates distracting antics while you are trying to concentrate in class. It is not fair for you and anyone else who my feel the same.

High school isn’t the easiest, and there are so many things that you have to overcome in the four years that you are here. Dealing with stress, homework, sports, part time jobs, and everyone you see everyday is all a part of that.

We have some tips that could help you when dealing with this situation.

  1. Take deep breaths and focus on your breathing to try and dissociate from all of the noise.
  2. Go to the crisis center. Miss. Crissy is great at dealing with students who are struggling in ways such as these.
  3. Take a walk, with permission from your teacher. It’s a great way to take a break from what’s going on and recuperate yourself.
  4. Ask to see if you will be allowed to listen to music while working independently. This can quiet down the outside noise and allow you to focus on your work.
  5. Talk to your guidance counselor to see if there is anything that they can help with.
  6. Talk to your teacher; they can help you out in many ways. Teachers could allow you to do your work in a quiet place, such as the library or hallway.
  7. Talk to Mrs. Webster. Sometimes it takes an act of higher authority to get a classroom under control. 

Thank you so much for contacting us! We hope that we gave you some great tips to help you through what you have been trying to handle. Teachers are a lot more understanding than many seem to believe, and they want to help you learn in the best possible environment. Talk to them, and you might be surprised with the results that you get.

High school seems to fly by, so try and make sure that you make the best of where you are, despite the heartache that others may bring. Thanks again!


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