Choosing Good Friends

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Sunday May 24, 2009

Making good choices is one of the hardest challenges in life. When you are 14 you have to make many decisions, some that will affect you many years from now and some that will help you from the day you make the choice. There are many choices you have to make in a life time, like what you want to be when you are older, how you eat, whether its healthy or unhealthy, the attitude you have towards people/things and many other things that will affect you when you are older. Big choices that young teens have to make are whom they are friends with. Having the “cool” friends is very important to some people, but sometimes the people who are “cool” aren’t always the best influence. Friends who aren’t a good influence aren’t really people you should be hanging out with. If they are getting you into trouble that you don’t want to deal with, then you should know not to be their friend. Friends who get you into trouble usually don’t treat you they way you want to be treated. Friends can also convince you to do something you don’t want to do but know how to say no is important with your friends. They need to respect your decisions, and if they don’t, then they aren’t a friend you should consider hanging out with. When you make the right decision on choosing friends, it will make you a happier person. This is because you won’t have to worry about them getting you into trouble. Also having responsible friends will help you because you might take after their actions. Having good friends through high school can affect you when you are older. When you are around the age of 20 and want to move out of the house, having good friends and not getting into trouble will help you. This is because of many reasons. Having good school years and staying out of trouble will help you get a job. Getting a job will give you money, and because of the good friends you chose you...
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