Define the Problem You borrow an iphone from a friend and accidentally break it

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Define the Problem You borrow an iphone from a friend and accidentally break it von Mind Map: Define the Problem You borrow an iphone from a friend and accidentally break it

1. Explore the Alternatives -You can say that someone else broke the iphone. -You can say the truth -You can say that it was already broken -Buy a new phone for the friend -Run away and never talk to the friend again

1.1. Consider the Consequences -The other friend that you blamed for the broken iphone will hate you and get blamed for something they didn't do -After telling the truth, your friend (owner of iphone) might get very mad -Might have to pay for it -Might loose a friendship

1.1.1. Identify Your Values -Will be dishonest if you lie -Honestly if you tell the truth

1.1.1.1. Decide and Act I think that the best for me if this situation happens is to tell the truth that I broke the iphone. Even if she does get bad, I will be loosing a friendship either way, that is because if I lie, then the person I blame would get mad. Also, honestly is the key to life. Lying is something that should not happen.

1.1.1.1.1. Evaluate the Results Having told the truth would affect my life by not having to mind that lie that I made in the past. It would feel better just having everyone knowing the truth. If I had lied, one lie would lead to another, and then to more lies. Having told the truth would prevent more lies from. This decision wouldn't have to affect innocent friends that had nothing to do with this (if I had blamed them).