Q. I am 15 and would like to know how to tell a boy in an other class about my feelings for him. He is very cute. A. Feelings between two people must be mutual and nurtured in order for a relationship to be developed into a special one. I would encourage you to get to know him first. From there, you can tell whether or not he feels the same for you. Q. My friend is being pressurised by her boyfriend to have sex with him. If she does not, he will dump her. She loves him a lot and wants to continue the relationship. A. It is easy to just give in to demands when you want to please the one you love. Your girlfriend need not be afraid to say 'no' to sex and uphold her moral values. The most important thing is that she does what she knows is morally right. If her boyfriend truly loves her, he will respect how she feels. Q. My cousin recently told me that he has been named the class 'nerd' and his classmates avoid him all the time. He has no friends and is lonely and hurt. A. It is wrong to label people and make fun of their background, looks, socio-economic status or physical handicaps. Your cousin needs to let his classmates know that he has been hurt by their unkind labelling and wants them to stop. If the problem persists, you or his class teacher and even his parents need to step in to put a stop to it. Q. My parents were separated for a year and now the divorce is final. I have been given the choice to decide who to live with. I love them very much and do not want to hurt either one. A. You may feel that one parent needs you more than the other. On the other hand, you may feel you will hurt or betray the other. Whatever you have decided to do, take every opportunity to spend quality time with the absent parent.