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Angelica Fortuño

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Yes, you read that right! The beloved SJS advice column is back and better than ever! Let’s take a look at some of your questions.

Hey Stormy! 

How’s your day? What should I watch next on Netflix? Have a nice day! 

From, Friendly Ferret 

P.S: ❤️ 

Here’s a heart to remind you that somebody loves you! 

 

Dear Friendly Ferret, 

My day has been great, thanks for asking! As for what you should watch on Netflix, you should watch “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” if you haven’t already watched it. I know that you were probably looking for shows to watch, not movies, but it is so good! A couple shows you could watch are “Parks and Recreation” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”. And if all else fails, you could follow in my footsteps and watch “The Office” for the hundredth time.  

Sincerely, 

Stormy 

P.S: ❤️❤️❤️ 

 

Dear Stormy, 

How do I deal with fake friends? 

From, Anonymous 

 

Dear Anonymous,  

Fake friends are the worst. One of the best things you can do in a situation like this is confront them about it. Tell them “Hey, I don’t like the way you’ve been treating me lately and I don’t think this friendship is going in the right direction. Can we fix this?” Come to an agreement. You guys definitely don’t have to be friends, but you should try to be on good terms with them. You could also just try ignoring them, but I’d recommend that you simply confront them instead.  

Hope this helps!  

Stormy 

 

Dear Stormy, 

The group of girls I hung out with last year now act like I don’t even exist. They weren’t very nice to me to begin with, and I have 1 or 2 other friends, but I still feel bad about it. Help! 

From, CM  

 

Dear CM, 

Forget about those girls and stick with the other friends you mentioned! After all, having 1 or 2 good friends is better than having a whole group of bad ones Also, don’t feel bad about those girls ignoring you. It’s not your fault.  

Sincerely, Stormy 

 

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