Living and learning is the theme for this week’s Talk Time.
I can talk through a ‘recipe’ for how to be a good friend.
Being a good friend requires a number of key ingredients. When discussing how to be a good friend, think about the qualities that you have and that you value in your friends, too. How many adjectives can you come up with to describe a good friend?
This week’s Remember 2s provide some useful top tips for being a good friend:
- A good friend is someone that you can have fun with and makes you feel good about yourself.
- You don’t need to spend all of your time with one person to be a good friend.
- Your friend might not always agree with you but they will still respect your opinions.
One of the qualities in your good friend recipe is likely to link to honesty.
Discuss and come up with as many reasons why telling the truth is important.
For the second part of this Talk Time, come up with a list of reasons why telling the truth is important.
Think about a time when someone didn’t tell you the truth. How did that make you feel? Even if the truth might not be what you want to hear, is it better to hear the truth than it is to hear a lie?