Aberrant Behaviour

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    Jun 10, 2014 5:11 PM GMT
    Particularly when we are young and inexperienced people can exercise a lapse in judgement. Ignorance or naivety, following the other person's lead and peer pressure can lead you in the wrong direction.

    Reflect on these experiences. Exercising the right judgement, doing the right thing for yourself and others can lead to a happier, productive and more fulfilling life.

    When someone is exhibiting self destructive or amoral behaviour it concerns the other people around us.

    That being said, people need to be more accepting and supportive of each other. Remember to question the company you are keeping, try to exercise caution, self restraint and good judgement for yourself and the other people around you.
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    Jun 10, 2014 5:17 PM GMT
    What is your question?

    Real Jock is a great place to observe "Aberant Beahviour".
  • Destinharbor

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    Jun 10, 2014 5:18 PM GMT
    All true but maybe a bit cerebral. I think the best way to accomplish that is to set a goal, a purpose in life that is attainable in the 4-5 year span. For a kid, getting into a good college. For a college kid, getting good grades and contemplating career choices. Young adult, doing well in your field and learning to be good at it. Buying a house. Building up reserves. Giving back to your community. Caring for parents. Choose your goal and then strive.
  • tj85016

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    Jun 10, 2014 5:22 PM GMT
    good thoughts

    things are so much different now.

    40 years ago in January, the pond down the street was full of kids skating and playing ice hockey (even ice fishing - in northern New Jersey no less)

    in June, us kids were playing on the hill out back, playing wiffle ball or throwing a frisbee around

    at 12-17 years old, we were shoveling drive ways, mowing lawns and painting houses for 5-20 bucks

    now . . . nothing of the sort - I think it matters
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    Jun 11, 2014 8:35 AM GMT