I’m worried that one of my friends is taking quidditch a bit too seriously. They are so worried about losing weight and getting in shape that it’s become unhealthy. They spend hours running and only eat 2-3 pieces of fruit a day. I tried getting them to eat more, but nothing seems to be on the list of things they are willing to eat. – Concerned
Have you perhaps tried talking to the quidditch captain? They don’t like it when their players aren’t keeping their health up correctly, or perhaps find out their favorite food and convince the house elves to make them a plate. If all else fails, get a healer involved, they are good at making students do things they don’t want.
I’m having a hard time sleeping. My roommate’s pygmy puff won’t stay off my face. It’s hard to stay asleep with something after your nose. It’s just allergies. What do I do? – Allergies
Are you sure it’s a Pygmy Puff? They aren’t known to sleep on faces… I’d be more concerned that it’s sleeping /on/ your face. Do you and your roommate have some type of quarrel going on? I would suggest a mask, or sleeping in your common room for a few nights.
My friends seem upset that I haven’t made enough time for them because I’ve been focusing so hard on studying, which is what my parents wanted. I want to balance school with my social life but I feel like I have to do what’s best for me, even if that means sleeping between classes and spending a little extra time by myself. What should I do? Should I say anything to my friends? – Exhausted
Aye, it is hard to juggle school work and friends, and sometimes one will outweigh the other. If you are worried your friends think that you are avoiding them, I would mention to them how much school work you’ve been trying to accomplish. If they are your true friends, they will understand and even perhaps help you study!