I Don't Keep Secrets

I Don't Keep Secrets

Some secrets are good and some are bad. When somebody asks you to keep a secret about something that makes you feel uncomfortable, you might not know what to do. Should you keep the secret because the person is your friend, or a member of your family, or someone older than you that you like and respect? Or should you tell someone like a parent or teacher? You might feel like you are betraying a person if you tell his secret, or maybe you are afraid to tell, but some secrets shouldn't be kept. Some secrets cause a lot more trouble when they stay secret and the best thing you can do is talk about them with someone you trust.
  • Mason Crest | 
  • 48 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781422296110 | 
  • September 2014
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