ENGLISH COMP 106 unit 1 IP

ENGLISH COMP 106 unit 1 IP - Difficult Decisions What...

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Difficult Decisions What Difficult Decisions Do Individuals Incur? ENGLISH COMP 106 Unit 1 IP Cheri Bolin June 10, 2011 Abstract In our Unit 1 IP, we are to write a narrative essay using our thesis we developed in our DB post earlier this week. I choose to discuss a difficult decision I have recently been faced with. The essay describes the trials and tribulations I had to face and many options I was given to choose from.
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Difficult Decisions Introductory Paragraph During some point in time throughout our lives, we are faced with many trials and errors. We choose right and wrong decisions based on common sense, knowledge and instinct. Therefore, when we’ve made errors in our judgments due to the lack of sense, knowledge and bad instinct; it is at that moment reality sets in and it feels like a slap in the face. Everyone can relate to this, no one person is alike, our lives are not perfect nor will they be flawless. While not every person has the will power or strength to overcome difficult decisions; others will make the best out of what they have and find a positive outcome. I. Anyone can overcome a difficult decision.
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Difficult Decisions Destitution is a part of life, without these hardships individuals cannot learn from their mistakes and grow. It is taught to us at a very early age to make every effort to distinguish the
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