Personal Narrative: My Intellectual Health

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Apparently I'm in a very good position in this part of my life. I'm always considering possible consequences before acting, meaning that I rarely act without analyzing the situation. Also, as a human being, I make mistakes but I always learn something from them to avoid making the same mistakes. What is very important to me is that my family and friends take very seriously my opinion, which means a lot to me because that shows me that I am very important to them. I believe that in my Intellectual Health I have to improve nothing because I feel that I'm doing a pretty good job with the people around

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