I'm on the verge of writing my first (well the first I hope to publish) novel. Yet, I'm in a difficult spot here. Here is my idea: A teen who has been told he is wrong about his feelings for his barely related cousin gets upset and seeks help from the meanest girl in school, his best friend, and a teacher who thinks he's a werewolf on the inside to commit 'wrong' acts all over the school (such as selling condoms outside of class, writing backwards on their homework, coming to class half naked). Of course I've decided on a lot of conficts for the story. But the problem is, I can't seem to find a way for all of them work themselves out. The conflicts are: 1. A therapist who hounds the teen (his name is Zack) constantly about his relationship with his cousin is out to get the group for Zack publically humilating him. 2. Zack tries to romance his cousin, but his cousin is the most popular girl in school and she's torn between Zack and her vanity. 3. The meanest girl in school (her name is Alice) has a father who is a teacher in the high school. When Alice ends up having sex with Zack's best friend (Beetles), they try everything they can to keep it a secret. 4. Zack's dad pressures Zack on his grades and growing up. 5. The teacher who thinks he is a werewolf, as a warning to the whole group, is fired for his relationships with each of the children. The conflicts were easy to think upo since the story demanded them, but I want plan this whole think out before I write, but I stuck on the ending. Any suggestions?