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You were deeply hurt by the unkind remarks of a teacher. Write a letter to the Counsellor’s column of a newspaper stating your problem and asking for advice.

Examination hall
March 11, 2018

The Counsellor
The Tribune

Dear Sir,
I am writing this letter in the hope of good advice which could end my gloom. Last Saturday, my class was on a picnic. I am in class 12th and a shy and sensitive type of girl, so I was sitting all alone and not with my classmates. My teacher didn’t like these actions of mine and rebuked me harshly. She also called me a strange child because I wasn’t mixing up with my classmates. Her words were full of anger and bitterness. The joy of the fine day was completely lost. My classmates laughed to see me being rebuked by the teacher. They laughed at my pain and tears. I felt deeply pained when my classmates laughed at me.

I still cannot forget the worst memories of that picnic day. I am really very upset and sad. I am not able to concentrate on anything. Please do something for me.

Give me any advice which could make my life good and calm and help me to attain solace. I shall be highly obliged to you for this help.
Yours truly

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