Students have to keep off love affairs
The KCSE exams are underway. The four years in secondary school are very difficult. As students, we suffer from many things, one of one of them being the fear of being suspended. Secondary school students are teenagers, adolescents experiencing changes, one of them being attraction to the opposite sex. But is this the right time to get into a relationships? Many teens think they know better, but our parents always tell us not to. They have been there and experience is the best teacher.
For candidates, these exams hold your future. This also applies to every teen. Not engaging in love relationships is not the end of the world. In fact, being alone is best. Our parents struggle hard to make sure that when the schools reopen you return to school. Some even borrow to pay our school fees. It is unfair to be obsessed with the opposite sex after our parents struggle so much for us. You joined secondary school with more than 400 marks, yet you fantasise about a certain boy or girl. Do not return home with an E of 200 marks. This will be a big shame. Let us remember that experience is the best teacher, and we should listen to our elders. We will have ourselves to blame if we mess up our lives.