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What's up, Lifebabblers?
Today we're going to be talking about something you might be
familiar with, getting into trouble at school.
So, what do our Lifebabblers think?
I got in trouble once,
but I've never felt more upset and disappointed in myself
when my lovely teacher said that she thought I was nicer than that.
I'd often find myself playing the class clown to try
and get everyone's attention.
The kids loved it, but I don't think the teachers did.
I was really, really rude to a teacher
and I got into so much trouble for it at school.
After, I felt so bad about it.
I didn't actually mess about that much,
but whenever I did, I'd always feel really, really guilty because
at the end of the day the teacher was just trying to help us
and me messing about wasn't fair on them.
We all make mistakes and mess up every now and then.
If you've done something wrong at school,
the most courageous thing is to stand up, own it and apologise.
Be honest and learn from the experience
so that you don't make the same mistake again.
Realising you've messed up, acknowledging it,
and asking for forgiveness is all part of growing up,
particularly since we can't expect ourselves to never mess up.
Making mistakes is how we learn, we can't always get everything right.
-Who are you?
From the future.
I'm here to warn you about the consequences of your actions.
You don't look that much older.
But, OK, I'll go with it.
I'll explain on the way.
Oh, look, that's me.
And what is that horrible smell?
You never did any of your homework or chores,
so you never learned to take on personal responsibility,
in fact, you've been wearing those same pair of socks for three
And what's happened to my pet plant, Vera?
Your lack of responsibility meant you forgot to look after it.
How can I stop this avoidable future from happening?
As long as we learn from our mistakes,
we can stop them from happening again.
Thanks, Future Mark.
HE CLICKS HIS TONGUE
It's completely normal to feel ashamed, nervous or scared
when you're owning up to a mistake.
But by dealing with the problem straight away you get
rid of it before it gets bigger.
Of course, there will be consequences
and that might be really hard, but ultimately your school
and your teachers are there to help you.
One of the things that made me
get in trouble at school was forgetting my books.
Then I realised that it would be better
if I just figured out what lessons I'd have for the next day,
so that I could pack my books
and then be more prepared for the following day.
I've got in trouble at school for talking and not doing my work.
I just don't know when to be quiet.
But next time I'm just going to turn it down and not talk as much.
Maybe just do my work(!)
I actually got banned from the school computers
once for playing games on there that we weren't allowed to play.
I felt really bad for intentionally breaking the rules, but now
I no longer play games and I get a lot more work done because of it.
You could say I'm glad that that happened
because I learned from my mistakes
and now I'm more motivated than ever to get my work done.
That's it for today, guys.
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See you next time, and keep babbling.