by Linda Elder
Graduation from high school is an exciting time. Finally you will be able to live your own life, make your own decisions, do exactly what you want. At last!
So the good news is that you now are free to make your own choices. The bad news is that, in this highly complex world, it is all too easy to make decisions, which might lead you in a direction you may regret. With every decision that you make, there are choices you accept and choices you reject. With every one you accept, you consequently turn your back on others. How will you know whether you are making the right choices, or the best ones?
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