Reflection #5

Reflection #5 - Reflection # 5 Elliot Waniek I feel one of...

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Reflection # 5 Elliot Waniek I feel one of the biggest factors of independency coming into college is the fact that you have the decision to do whatever you want, including the use of drug and alcohol. I had always heard that if you didn’t socially drink in high school then you were going to be absolutely wild in college, which as far as I have seen is pretty much true. Many freshman students in my dorm, at least for the first quarter or two would look for any way to have a good time, whether it was drinking, or smoking in the dorms, just to hang out for the night, they never took into account the negative effects of an unhealthy lifestyle. Many students coming into college weren’t drinkers previously in high school and get “blacked out” frequently due to the fact that they don’t know their bodies and what is socially acceptable. As Britt Andreatta said “Set a limit for yourself before going out and having drinks. You should know, according to your body type and tolerance, how much alcohol you can safely drink” (Andreatta, 2011). Another
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Reflection #5 - Reflection # 5 Elliot Waniek I feel one of...

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