Please be patient. A whole new experience is on the horizon...

Start:Jul 07, 2020

Duration:15 Minute(s)

Goal: this Cognitive Trail will improve the ability to move on and gain something much better (Justice).

Description: 'Justice' is part of The Next Step series designed to as a personal nav system with step-by-step guidance for teens and young adults who've ... Read More


Step 1

It may be hard to digest, but there's a surprising silver lining when you've been falsely accused of something.

Have you found it?

Step 2

What do you think would be a positive outcome from something that felt so bad?

Step 3

If you said that being falsely accused made you more aware about accusing, mistreating or judging others, then you were right.

Have you lied about somebody, mocked them or wrongly accused them of doing something bad?

Step 4

If you answered yes, then now is a great time for a do-over.

Go to the video icon for a lighter version on a serious subject.

Let us know what you thought about the clip when you've finished.

Step 5

As you think about it, consider the following approach when you're apologizing:

*Keep it simple
*Keep it honest
*No excuses

Just ask if they will accept your apology for behavior that hurt them.

Describe how you feel about asking someone to forgive you.

Step 6

Will you apologize to someone you've hurt, someone who's had to pay a price because of your actions?

Step 7

Now's a great time to do it, so that you both can move on without regrets.

How willing are you to do it now?

Step 8

Post to your Campfire (local friends and peers) and Campsite (nationwide) to let your peers know how it turned out.

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