Changing schools, difficult or not ?
When we are kids, especially really small, our parents think we are adaptable to everything, because in that age ( 4-5 ) kids are often very sociable, and can do and play with anything/anyone.
But when we get to a certain age, such as 12-13 or even more, it is much harder to adapt, especially because it is time of puberty, and a lot of things bother us.
So is it good to change often schools at all at that age, especially if we are changing not only schools, but city/country ?
The answer is no. You get used to having a certain group of friends, a certain routine and simply you get to love the school, and when you change your everyday life, it is a total shock for you.
Even though you are young, and communicative kids at that age tend to be really harsh and cruel, and they can tease you for being " the new kid ".
It is even worse when you are an introvert, and it is not so easy for you to make friends, and now you must since you have none in the new school.
Should we blame parents for this, should they risk losing a good opportunity just because their kid is having a hard time leaving ?
The answer is no, we cannot blame them, but what we can advise those parents is to talk to their child before making any decision, and in case they do decide to go, they should understand if their kid is unhappy for a short period of time.
This is a big change, so parents if you still want to do it, consult with your children.