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The aim of this training course is to focus on learning, how we can come to a new approach for dealing with mistakes and how we can support young people in dealing with mistakes in a positive, constructive way. We will use different methods and techniques, with a strong influence of theatre and reflective techniques, creating an atmosphere in which making mistakes is being experienced, explored and reflected upon. The objectives of the training course are: - To reflect about mistakes, the role of mistakes in a learning process and our cultural perception towards mistakes. Target group Youth workers, youth leaders, teachers and other professionals working with young people, who are interested in exploring a new and innovative approach to learning. Background Learning is important for dealing with a fast changing world, to adapt to new challenges. Making mistakes is an essential part of learning. We are all taught we learn by mistakes, but every one of us hate and dread them. At the same time we all make mistakes even if nobody thinks we should. Young people today are faced with enormous possibilities of choices related to any aspects of their lives. Given this proliferation of choice can they ever get it right? The question is how formal and non-formal education can support young people in performing to their best potential and take into account that they will fail and that failing is part of the learning process?

Hunter shows up. A guy.

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Taylor, in her strong, bitchy ways, immediately goes on the defensive; telling Hunter he can't live there. She immediately categorized him as a 'douche' - all because he's good looking, has a tattoo, flirts, and is cocky. I get she's uncomfortable, but she doesn't have to take it all out on him. Throwing her phone when she can't get ahold of housing.

Throwing a fit in general. Hunter, despite Taylor's insane 'welcome', seems determined to continue to be nice, try to start conversations, and flirty - shamelessly.

He offers to download them lunch even. Obviously he's attracted to bratty women. Now, for the punch to the face. He invades her space. Purposefully, flirting, crowding her. She, in response, immediately punches him in the face and knees him in the groin.

I'm guessing there's some sort of assault in her past, and I get the instinct, but you can't go around hitting people just because they get in your space.

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Telling him to back off would be a good first option. She then storms out of the apartment. They knew to leave me alone and give me my space. It hadn't been the first time they'd seen me like that. You regularly freak out and hit people and no one thinks this is a problem? Just let her walk it off. Hunter, despite Taylor's insane 'welcome', seems determined to continue to be nice, try to start conversations, and flirty - shamelessly.

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He offers to download them lunch even. Obviously he's attracted to bratty women.

Now, for the punch to the face. He invades her space. Purposefully, flirting, crowding her. She, in response, immediately punches him in the face and knees him in the groin.

I'm guessing there's some sort of assault in her past, and I get the instinct, but you can't go around hitting people just because they get in your space. Telling him to back off would be a good first option.

She then storms out of the apartment. They knew to leave me alone and give me my space.

It hadn't been the first time they'd seen me like that. You regularly freak out and hit people and no one thinks this is a problem?

Just let her walk it off. This all just screams abusive personality to me. If it's not her way, then she's liable to freak out - and you should just get out of her path. She calls her sister to talk it through, tells her that she punched Hunter.

That would have been the logical thing to do. No thank you. I'm done. My friend Sarah managed to finish this book - so here are some quotes that she shared from further in

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