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When asked why I decided to make this mistake I always responded I don’t know, or I’m not sure but as I informed myself in why drinking as a minor is life-threatening I learned a lot about not only myself but as to how I affect other people by my actions.
I’ve come to the conclusion that my decisions affect the road I continue to go down, I realize that it’s not about me being above drinking because they have an age limit for a reason. This lesson has truly taken a toll on how I will reason with myself and friends when about to make a bad decision.
I feel like a lot of the time I try to make up excuses for myself and when everything has been done I wake up from peer pressure and realize the things I have done will cost me financially,
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I’ve come to the conclusion that my decisions affect the road I continue to go down, I realize that it’s not about me being above drinking because they have an age limit for a reason. This lesson has truly taken a toll on how I will reason with myself and friends when about to make a bad decision.
I feel like a lot of the time I try to make up excuses for myself and when everything has been done I wake up from peer pressure and realize the things I have done will cost me financially, emotionally, and physically.
In the video, “ .” When asked why I decided to make this mistake I always responded I don’t know, or I’m not sure but as I informed myself in why drinking as a minor is life-threatening I learned a lot about not only myself but as to how I affect other people by my actions.
I’ve come to the conclusion that my decisions affect the road I continue to go down, I realize that it’s not about me being above drinking because they have an age limit for a reason. This lesson has truly taken a toll on how I will reason with myself and friends when about to make a bad decision.
I feel like a lot of the time I try to make up excuses for myself and when everything has been done I wake up from peer pressure and realize the things I have done will cost me financially, emotionally, and physically.
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