A trouble shared is a trouble halved

A trouble shared is a trouble halved

I agree with what they say: a trouble shared is a trouble halved. When you have a problem, you should ask someone for advice. Otherwise, you will feel miserable.

When someone has a problem, it is keeping them away from the world. It is all they think about and if they don’t know how to solve it, things might become serious. If the problem is really big, it can easily change the person who has it. That person can become insecure, tough, spoiled and miserable. So, they must find help quickly, before there are some consequences.

I have a lot of friends and it is possible that fights and disagreements could come between us. Although that hardly ever happens. The most common reason for our fights are our different tastes. We can’t really decide what kind of music we should listen to, where we should hang out, what we should wear. We always need some time to think about our disagreements but in the end we always agree and compromise somehow.

Something I do when I have a problem that really bothers me is ask for help or a good advice. It is usually my mom I will ask first. She is always there for me and helps me whenever I need her. She is my superhero. She always gives me an amazing advice that really works and my problem gets solved.

It is really important to share your problems with the person you are close to and the person you trust because they will help you solve that problem. In the end, you will be happy and feel amazing again.

Domenika Kolarić, 8.a

Mentor: Martina Marčec, učiteljica