Jrotc helps me deal with peer pressure.
Jrotc helps me deal with peer pressure because they teach you how to lead and coexist with other kind of people searching the same goal be a better citizen. In Jrotc you learn that it doesn’t matter your skin color, your language, and how many money do have what matter is your discipline, and manners. In Jrotc you learn self-confidence, personal pride, teamwork, unit pride, and logic. In Jrotc they help you to build your capacity for life-long learning, also you provide incentives to live drug-free promote and encourage citizenship through participation in community service projects, and strengthen your self-esteem. Motivation (reminds you of why you have to do something and why you wont give up) + Direction (you learn/plan how to get there/ sacrifice) + Purpose (you know where you are going, so you focus on that objective) to accomplish a goal. also the Patriotism or loyalty to the Battalion or the Team makes you put them on your mind. this distracts you from daily influences. you are afraid (or forced) of letting your Organization down. A code of honor you're expected to live: the uniform.
You see past the moment, you know Sacrifice and Practice n Patience pay off This course focuses on development of better citizens by building skills in leadership, citizenship, life success, geography, and wellness, in a structured interactive environment. The jrotc program is one of the Army’s contributions to assisting America’s youth to become better citizens. Jrotc helps to make the right decisions in your life because the peer pressure can make you do what you don’t want to do like, Trying cigarette, alcohol, dope or other stuff, Missing school, Teasing, bullying or hurting other people, and Too much dieting or body building. If you gain all this qualities that jrotc provides you to learn you don’t have to be like someone else because you already have self-confidence and pride to be happy like how you are and nobody can...
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