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HEADED IN THE RIGHT DIRECTIONAll teenagers experience a stage of rebellion where they seek their independence from their parents During these years of a teenagers life they learn things about life whether it may be positive or negative The real test of individuality comes in where its up to the teenager to decide whether or not they want to change for the better after learning through their own personal experiences Danny a typical teenager went through this same type of rebellion with his family Hanging out with the wrong crowds and getting involved with illegal things Danny was finding himself always in trouble either with his parents or with the law He definitely needed something to turn his life around in the right direction But unfortunately it wasnt until his fathers death that Danny realized he needed to change his lifestyle Because his fathers death had such a great impact on him Danny decided to get his life on the right path by going back to school working part-time and changing his overall attitude towards life The most important thing that Danny now realized was that he needed to go back to school Being a high school drop-out at the age sixteen he decided that it was the right time to enroll in school in hopes of getting his high school diploma He realized that without a high school education he wasnt going to get very far in his life Before not even caring if he would live through a whole day Danny did not take his life seriously at all The big difference now was that he contemplated about what the future had in store for him Life now meant everything to him and he was going to do all that he could to make the best out of it No matter what it took Danny was eager to return to school and accomplish his goals In addition to attending school Danny also managed
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