Okay everyone, this is my first time posting a new thread. I have replied many times but never had an occasion to post a new thread till now. Here is the situation and I would love anyones input!!
I am in a BSN student who is also the president of our "small close knit group of 13 students". We have spent three years together and everyone is like family.
We started our spring semester with a new student. She is mid 30's but is very immature. It has only been 3 weeks and she has alienated everyone. She interupts anyone including the profs and is one of those people that just likes to hear herself talk. I would not mind her speaking up if she had anything pertinent to offer in a conversation but she usually just wants to change the subject. She told me after the first week that she felt like a fifth wheel and I advised her to chill out and let the others get to know her it would probably take a while since we were so tight but they would come around.
Well they haven't and I haven't becuase she won't keep her mouth shut. I spoke with my prof and advisor and she totally understood and said she could tell that this new student was kind of out of line. Being a very spiritual person I am always kind to people but I am losing my patience quick with this student. Any ideas on how I could confront her so the rest of the semester will go kind of smooth?
By the way she is with us this semester, in the fall back with the juniors and then next spring back with us. She will not graduate until december of 2003 (alone).
Looking forward to any help