What should I do？
Letters from students for advice are published anonymously in a school newspaper as a part ofthe 'Counsellor's Corner'.
Read excerpts from the letters below.
One evening last month, I was visiting a close friend in her new high-rise flat when sheaccidentally knocked a flowerpot from her window.
It smashed to the ground below, narrowly missing some children at play.
On our way out, we stopped to take a look, but no one was hurt, so we said nothing and leftfor the cinema as planned.
Returning home later that evening, my friend learnt that the police had been to the flats andquestioned everyone.
They had even taken a neighbour's son to the police station.
After questioning him, they let him go temporarily.
Frightened, my friend has said nothing to the police.
Though no one was hurt, I have a guilty conscience and...
Last night, while travelling home on the underground, I saw three tough guys enter my almostempty carriage.
They sat down beside a young boy who was travelling alone and began to tease and bully him.
Their behaviour was so bad that it made him move to another seat, but that did no good.
They just followed him and continued their bullying.
The boy was obviously frightened.
At this point, I stopped looking and got off at my station, feeling sorry for the boy.
I regret not helping him, but not being Superman and hating violence, what could I do？ ShouldI...