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Alicia L.
Tough High School Days

In a high school full of kids my daughter feels so alone.

My daughter is a senior in high school. At a time when she should be surrounded by friends, she is finding herself alone. She is bright, beautiful, and popular (mostly with the guys because she is a student athletic trainer for the football, baseball and basketball teams) outgoing and often the object of jealous, catty girl's gossip. I've tried explaining to her that life will change once she graduates and enters "the real world", but that doesn't seem to make being alone any easier right now. Please pray for her. Pray that she be given the strength to hold her head high when those around her talk badly of her. Pray that she gain comfort in the knowledge that she is a special young lady. Thank you all.
BelieverTina -10/23/2004
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