Laura Tedford
Laura Tedford voted up echooos echooos' answer

That is not a girl that is an adult that is harassing you, if she keeps it up I suggest you inform your parents so they can inform the police.

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Laura Tedford voted up Bikergirl Anonymous' answer

If you are being harassed at school, then you options are to tell her to stop and report her to your teacher or principal (or even your parents and they can deal with her)

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Laura Tedford voted up Dark Majinn's answer

Perhaps Mental Health issues, or perhaps just being an adolescent void of reason . . . Either way you need to inform Several administrators at your school and get your parents involved.

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Laura Tedford voted up JaNicka JaNicka's answer

Immediately inform your parents, don't talk to her and keep a journal of everything she says and does.

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Laura Tedford voted up Gator Blu's answer

Every time she harasses you, take a video of it or at least a picture. Then show it to your parents and your school counselor.

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Laura Tedford voted up Anonymous' answer

This sounds like she has some mental/developmental disability.  She may not even know she's doing it.

That being said, if you feel threatened or harassed, there is no reason you have to feel like that.  I would start with your parents, as well as the Principle, or other adult in the school you can trust. 

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Laura Tedford
Laura Tedford voted up echooos echooos' answer

That is not a girl that is an adult that is harassing you, if she keeps it up I suggest you inform your parents so they can inform the police.

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Laura Tedford thanked Anonymous' answer

Not sure that's an actual condition then an individual biological preference or response to warm food.  Your body may like a warm, inner condition when it sleeps.  We do tend to lower our body temperature in our sleep, maybe your body loses too much and this is it's way of compensating. 

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Laura Tedford
Laura Tedford voted up Anonymous' answer

Not sure that's an actual condition then an individual biological preference or response to warm food.  Your body may like a warm, inner condition when it sleeps.  We do tend to lower our body temperature in our sleep, maybe your body loses too much and this is it's way of compensating. 

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