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The only way to know for sure if a path is right for you is to take and follow the path all the way to the end Unfortunately life can only allow so many misdirection plays and crossing of paths There are many paths to choose from and every decision everyday of ones life can lead further down a path or force you to back up Many people believe in one path and stick with it while others try to follow every path they get a hint of Only one person can make this decision of a single or multiple path life and that person is you There are many paths but in specific four distinct groups Every event in life can be placed on one of these four paths The first major path in life is most closely related to the American Dream This path takes one through a normal life As the old American dream clich goes one grows up in a family with two stable parents and one other sibling They go through their school years doing every activity from the second grade play to the senior prom They eventually go through a four-year college and end up marrying a woman who has had a similar existence Both work for a job they particularly like and wind up having two children one boy one girl and living in suburban America They have a three-bedroom house two cares and a wonderful bunch of neighbors Their children will eventually follow in the same path This path is the middle of the road path and either has a step up or a step down A step down from the American dream path would be the underachiever path This starts with a person growing up in a somewhat dysfunctional family and winds up hating their early life This path leads to a bad school experience and a state of anti-social behavior where the person misses
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