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Banned from Minecraft

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Hi Alex. I have been banned from Minecraft for calling a child a slur and he started crying ( I swear I’m not racist )


Hey there,
First off, we want to say that we’re really glad you reached out. It takes courage to admit when we’ve made a mistake, and it’s clear you’re genuinely concerned about what happened. It sounds like things got pretty intense, and it’s completely understandable that you’re feeling upset and maybe even a bit lost right now.
It’s important to acknowledge the impact our words can have, even in a virtual space like Minecraft. While you may not have intended to hurt anyone, it’s clear that the words used had a significant effect on the other person. It’s okay to feel remorseful about what happened, and it’s a positive step that you’re reflecting on your actions.
Remember, you’re never alone in dealing with situations like this. There are people and resources available to support you through difficult times. The Childline team is here for you, offering a safe space to talk about what happened and explore your options moving forward. Whether you prefer to reach out by phone (1800 66 66 66) or through Messenger at (click the purple chat circle), we’re available 24/7, ready to listen without judgment.
It’s important to take this experience as an opportunity to learn and grow. Understanding the impact of our words and actions is key to building healthier relationships, both online and offline. By reaching out for support, you’re already taking a positive step towards making things right and moving forward in a more positive direction.
Remember, mistakes happen, but it’s how we choose to respond and learn from them that defines us. You’re not alone, and there are people who care about you and want to help you through this. You may find this article helpful
Take care of yourself, and don’t hesitate to reach out again, if you would like to talk some more,

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