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My friend is competitive over grades. If I do better, she gets sulky.
But if she does better, she acts all thrilled.
Uh, yeah, that’s annoying. No one likes a friend to constantly compare grades and gloat when she’s done better—what a downer!
The next time your friend asks what you got on a math test or English essay, tell her you’ve decided not to share your grades anymore. Explain that school is not a contest—you’re only trying to achieve your personal best. Hopefully, she’ll respect that.
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POSTED ON 1/5/2010 7:00:00 AM
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