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    Pankaja Kulabkar
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    A child looks up at his mother for validation. He comes home from school and tells his mother everything that happened at school and what he did. He watches his mother’s reactions. The mother’s reactions sends him signals on what is “right” and what is “wrong”.

    The child now turns into a teenager. Friends become more important to him. He is now exposed to different worldviews. What mother says now seems “old-fashioned”. Decision-making becomes tough and the confusion begins.

    Mark, Darren, and friends on this forum: What would you tell teenagers to help them in their decision-making? Decisions that affect their career, personal life etc. What should be the basis of the decisions that they take.

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