Bob Cat's kids' advice column for an 8-year-old who feels like their whole world is breaking because their parents are getting a divorce.
The world is not are not always nice. Maybe your mean big brother is helping you. You could try some things that I’ve learned from the dojo.
Dear Bob, I'm 10 and I feel like I don't belong. My family loves me, but sometimes I wonder if I'm adopted. I don't fit in anywhere. Am I normal?
Advice columnist Bob Cat tells a curious girl about himself, "Are you curious about asking me a question online, and you wanted to try it out? Thank you for doing so."
As I finish high school, there is one thing I regret more than anything else. It happened when I was starting third grade, when I didn't want to be a weird girl.
I have the holiday blues because people are starving and suffering, and so many families aren’t happy and together. It’s like the holiday cheer is being thrown in their faces. With my friends and family, and others, having such a hard time because of this time of year, I don’t feel like I have any right to celebrate.
It must be an age-old conundrum for practiced martial artists. Even adults brag on their karate skills, but lack the ability to show it. Traditional martial artists consistently build character and that should be apparent in their behavior of striving for respect, self-control and confidence even if they never show you their fighting or defense moves.
I’m a kid struggling in pre-algebra. I was good at math when I was little, but not the last couple of years. Now I don’t think I can do pre-algebra at all.