Your friend/s ask you to sneak out to go to a party

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Your friend/s ask you to sneak out to go to a party by Mind Map: Your friend/s ask you to sneak out to go to a party

1. Define the problem: This scenario effects your social wellness because it shows how you communicate with your friends and shows if you value relationships and friendship over honesty.

2. Exploring alternatives: 1) Go to the party 2) Not go the the party 3) Tell your parents about the party 4) Lie to your parents about going out for a 'sleepover'

3. Considering the consequences 1) If you decide to go to the party, you may get in trouble and if anything dangerous or risky happens, your parents won't know where you are 2) If you don't go to the party, your friends might make fun of you for not coming, and you could miss out on some fun 3) If you tell your parents about the party, they might let you go and you'll be more safe if they know where you are 4) If you lie to your parents you will get in trouble and again if there is any trouble your parents won't know where you are

4. Identify your values: If you value honesty, then you should definitely tell your parents and not do number 4 or 1. If you value friendship and fun more than honesty, you might go for option number 1 or 4, but if you value both honesty and friend you might do option number 3

5. Decide and act: The most reasonable action to choose during this scenario is option number 3. Because this way you might be allowed to go to the party, and you're honest and safe and you can still have a fun time with your friends at a party

6. Evaluate: This has created the most positive solution because you may go to the party and have a good time with your friends. This connects to your social wellness because you are maintaining both relationships, with your friends and with your family