My first visit to jail is not one of my favors times. First, thing I had to deal with was my fear of the unknown - not knowing when I was going to be released, whether it was going to be a few hours, day, or two these things ran across my mind. Second, thing that ran though my mind was the events that lead me being locked up. Reason why took my mother boyfriend car in first place. The trouble I had cause myself for making a bad decision. I also though about my mom and her leaving me to be lock-up. All because we miss understood the officer when he told us about what we need to paid for my fine. To make things worst we had the correct among in the beginning but left to go grab a bite to eat and spending so of the money we bought. Lastly, after
A. As we (as nursery nurses) are the ones that spend time with the children and look after them, we are the first contact for not only the children but for their parents too. So it’s very important that we are seen as professional and competent people at all times. I, as an individual, work alongside a small team of professional childcare workers to support, inspire, care for and look after all the children within my care. I will maintain a safe environment for the children to explore, learn and play in. I am polite to other staff, children and parents and communicate well with everyone.
Everyone has their mistakes, their failures, that make them who they are. However, with those misjudgements, there is always someone or something out there that will help you get out of the time. Everything that is done, there is a purpose and a reason. The mistakes you make will be made either present times or in the future, it's the choices
One bad decision of mine in particular stands out to me. A friend of mine turned 16 a couple months ago, so a couple of his friends, including myself, decided we'd all go over his house and hang out for the night. I knew I had a hockey game the next morning, so I was aware that I should keep myself healthy and well rested for the next day. Despite my better judgement, I gave into the peer pressure of my friends and the situation and decided to have more fun than I intended. I ended up going to sleep around 3:00 a.m. and had to get up at 7:00 a.m. When I woke, I had a massive headache and dreaded the idea of having to play a hockey game. Inevitably, I went to my game, and played the worst game of my entire life. When analyzing the affects of my actions, I made the wrong decisions then night before. Since I played so poorly, my team noticed, and to top it off we ended up losing. Had a not partied and gotten to bed earlier, I could have played a much better game, and hopefully helped my team to a victory. Even more than letting my team down, I let myself down. I didn't just play poorly, but I let myself give in to negative peer pressure, and let it impact my decision
These two races were very aversion towards each other. The hostility between them would bring many deaths on both sides. Men, women, and children paid the price because of the hatred towards each other.
Matters started to take a turn when I got a little older. I talked to my mom much more and we started growing closer together and forming a real mother, daughter relationship. She started to rid her old habits and take on new better ones. She had been clean from meth for a couple years now, and things were going well. Little did we know she still had a warrant out for her arrest. One night she was leaving my dad’s house and the cops were right around the corner. As she turned the corner they flipped on their lights and asked for her name. After she gave them her name they looked it up and had a warrant out for her arrest. She was then taken into custody at the Jackson County jail.
Mistakes something that we all do. People are not perfect therefore we will all make mistakes many times in our life. But there are two types of people in the world's ones that will live up to their mistakes and accept that they did it so they can move on. And there are those that will never live up to the mistakes they made and they will never be able to move on. The only way to truly learn from a mistake is to accept that you made one. There have been many times in my life that I have messed up and made mistakes. Some very terrible some not so bad. But none of them never were as bad as this one but, what i learned from the mistake made it all worthwhile.
I have made some mistakes in the past regarding my academic career, but from those mistakes I have learned what works best for me in a learning setting and how to push past the adversities that get in the way of reaching my goals. I have not allowed my mistakes to define me rather I have used them to mold myself into a stronger individual and student. I hope that you do not see me for my past mistakes but instead see me for what I can and will accomplish in the future as a Florida
When i was a kid i used to get in so much trouble my parents wanted to give up on me. I was in and out of juvenile. I was ignorant i didn't care about no ones feelings. One day i was sitting inside the house and my probation officer came over. My big brother was heading out the door when my mom told him do not get into any trouble. As soon as he went outside he got locked up. What happened was he was with a group of guys who robbed a lady but he was the only one who got caught. He was given 2 years in juvenile.
Making mistakes is completely normal, it's a part of life. Some mistakes are bigger than others. The good part about making mistakes is when you make a mistake, you have the opportunity to get a second chance to fix the problem. In the short story, “Retrieved Reformation” by O. Henry, Jimmy Valentine went to prison for breaking safes open so he decides to change himself after he gets out. In the story ¨Thank You Ma'am¨ by Langston Hughes, the boy attempts to steal Mrs. Luella Bates Jones handbag but is caught, Mrs. Jones realizes he hasn't had a mentor to show him right from wrong so she allows him a second chance. In the children's story The Quilt Maker's Gift, the King was very greedy and only took. He never gave to other people and when he wanted a quilt from the quilt maker she gave him a chance to change. People deserve second chances so they can fix their mistakes.
A mistake or accident can happen at any point in your life. A time when I was engaged in destructive conflict with my cousin and my best friend. This incident involved “lose–lose orientation assumes that conflict results in losses for everyone and that it is unhealthy and destructive for relationships” (Wood, 2012 p.229). We were still in high school and we all decided that we wanted to move out from with our parents. The apartment was in my friend name and she just let me and and cousin stay with her and we all spilt the bills and rent three ways. I didn’t stay a lot but I still paid rent because this was the agreement we prior to moving in. We were all young and we all had our parents still trying to tell us all what to even though we were
We all make mistakes. Sometimes mistakes can leave someone feeling devastated, depressed or betrayed. Most people tend to regret or wish that that they could undo there past mistakes. I, myself have decided that If I could get one do over, I would redo my six grade year.There are many reason why I should redo that year, but one of the main reasons why is because I was overtaken by an “I don't care attitude”.Which damage my grades, my reputation and my relationship with my peers. The reason for that happening was because of the people I surround myself with. There negative attitudes possessed me into thinking that if I behave in a rude,obnoxious way that I would be considered cool. But I was quickly proven wrong. nonetheless I have learned
I believe in learning from your mistakes because I’ve experienced it many times. One of the experiences I witnessed was when I visited my dad’s work at Mobile One. When I walked in I immediately noticed this employee that was acting strange. He was walking very unstable, and had absolutely no color in his face. I just ignored him and started helping my dad sort papers in his