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A school counsellor will only work on the academic aspects of students; why is he failings, okay change your reading time table and so on. while a school social worker will probe deep into the psychological aspects of a student's failure. could it be disputes amongst parents at home or some disparities in the relationship among the people living within the child's environment.
its a service of guidance offered to individuals whom is going under going a problem and being in need of a professional help.
You placed this question under religion. If you have a church, I would talk with the pastor or youth counselor. They should be able to give you guidance. Even if you do not have a church, but were bought up under a specific denomination, then again see a pastor or youth counselor at a church near you. You can also go the the Division of Youth and Family Services located in your area. They also can guide you. OK, you made a mistake. Nothing is going to now change the circumstances. So, this is not a time to panic, but to get the appropriate guidance that will ensure you and your child's welfare. That is a good answer! I can't help but wonder, though, if you truly have noone to rely on or if the fear that you are feeling makes it seem that way. If you haven't told your parents or the adults who are caring for you, it's normal to feel fearful of what they might do or what they might think of you, but sooner or later you will need to tell them. My neice got pregnant at 13 and was so scared to tell her mom that she left a note before she went to school one day saying she was pregnant and would not be coming home. Her mom was frantic! The bottom line for most parents is that they love their children and even though they prefer that their daughters not become pregnant at your age, the love will outweigh everything and they will help once they adjust to the situation. If you have told your parents and they are refusing to help you, then the advice above is very good advice. Please be assured that there is someone who will help you if your parents or other family members won't or can't. It's very true that it is not the time to panic. Sit down, close your eyes, and try to relax. Sometimes something seems like it's the end of our worlds, but my neice got through this and you will, too.