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7 Tips for Surviving a Crush
I n the first flush of infatuation, reading feels like an impossibility. Your attention is oh-so-scattered. Your soul throbs with nothing but a desire to think about this potential beau. Besides, as a genre, literary fiction presents the opposite of encouragement for your freshly-thrilled heart. Reading seems like at best a distraction from your feelings, at worst a denigration.
If you can survive the ending in Allegiant , you can survive a crush. She also has to survive the fallout from a first crush gone horribly wrong and repair her broken relationship with a former friend. Will he ever realize I exist? I nursed a crush on the same guy for most of high school. Unfortunately, he was dating one of my good friends. When they broke up junior year, part of me was certain that this was my chance. Instead, heartbroken over the breakup, he swore off dating entirely.
Blushing, sweating, giggling, squirming in your seat: These are all signs of a first crush in middle school. It can feel so thrilling, but also confusing—and even mortifying—when you feel your chest tighten and your heart race. And if your friends notice… Help?! What is happening? Check out some of our favorite contemporary middle grade novels to help young readers feel less alone as they grapple with that first crush.
The Totally Radical History of ’80s and ’90s Teen Fiction
Look Inside. Oct 30, ISBN For fans of vintage YA, a humorous and in-depth history of beloved teen literature from the s and s, full of trivia and pop culture fun. Those pink covers. That flimsy paper. The nonstop series installments that hooked readers throughout their entire adolescence. These were not the serious-issue novels of the s, nor the blockbuster YA trilogies that arrived in the s.
A book is the perfect gift to give to your crush. Crush over. That person is clearly not dateable. A book is a safe bridge between friendship and romance. Stop smiling at me. Here are ten books I would consider giving to a crush, depending on their nature, and how I would inscribe them. Take note:.