Youth and Role Model

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Most of everyone has a role model in their life. They could be anyone all around us. But what exactly is role model? Role model can be define as a person who serves an example, where behavior is emulated by others. The question is, do role model are important in the growth of individual? I absolutely agree with this statement. I have three reasons to justify my point. Firstly , role model are highly important for us physiologically helping us through life during our development, to make important decisions that affect the outcome of our life and to help us find happiness in later life. We look to our role model as an inspiration on how we should behave when we get older. This is likely a survival function designed to help us to mimic the traits of those successful members of our society and thereby help us to successful too. In the other words it’s striving for that same kind of success and achieving it that brings us happiness or otherwise when we’re older. Secondly, community role models are people that youngsters interact with on daily basis. They are our parents, teachers, peer and many more. These are the people that young people encounter frequently who are in part responsible for the young perceptions of the world. It is important for common role models to set good example for youth. The judgment that young people make are often helped to be formed by the exemplary behavior of role models. Common role models ought to be careful of exhibiting the wrong or improper message for young people. For example if one role model is a thief, this may cause young people to believe that stealing is acceptable and tolerable which it is...
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