“What’s on Your Mind?” Friend, September 2018
Heavenly Father wants us to be kind to all of His children—including online. If you get a mean message, talk to a parent or teacher for help. You can also tell your Heavenly Father. He loves you and knows your true worth. If you see someone being bullied online, defend them, compliment them, and love them. You can make a difference!
You hear kids making fun of a picture your friend posted.
Act like you didn’t hear what they were saying.
Make a kind comment on the picture.
Join in and start laughing at the picture too.
A classmate tells a mean joke about you online.
Post embarrassing stories about them online.
Tell an adult, but still be kind to the classmate.
Tell your teacher a lie to get them in trouble.
In a group message, someone insults a boy you know.
Say something nice that you noticed about him.
Reply with a laughing emoji.
Start talking bad about another kid instead.
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Answers: 1-b, 2-b, 3-a