LPA3 - Brooke Galietto LP-3 Question#5 What kind of support...

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Brooke Galietto January 24, 2011 LP-3 Question #5: What kind of support team do you have? I think the most important advice from this article is to value your support system. I come from a very close-knit family and therefore I have utmost gratitude and respect for support teams and the help and comfort that they provide. Considering I am a twenty year old college student whose main priorities are getting good grades and having as much fun as possible, my support team has not needed to take action all too often. However, it is the little things in life that count, right? And my support team has been there for me for all the little things without a doubt. I had a hard time making my decision on where to go to college and my family, namely my parents, were right there to help me narrow down the decision. My dad definitely deep down inside probably wished I attended his alma mater but he never pushed that on me and he knew that we had to come up with the best fit for me. My support team helps me develop my authenticity because sometimes I think they know me
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This document was uploaded on 10/27/2011 for the course MKT 291 at Miami University.

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