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The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make: A Guide for Teens

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

luv it

This book I really like--it told me I was on the low road. I was reading it and it was doing examples of other teens and they nailed me! After reading it I decided to do better in school, never get involved with anything that has to do with addictions, and wait till aft...
This book I really like--it told me I was on the low road. I was reading it and it was doing examples of other teens and they nailed me! After reading it I decided to do better in school, never get involved with anything that has to do with addictions, and wait till after marraige for sex. I decided I will be a better friend to everyone. And I will, repeat WILL pursue my goals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

posted by Anonymous on April 19, 2007

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7 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

This guy is all wrong

We were reading this book in class as a group and we got to a part where it said 'depression is a choice'? Now, being how my mother works with people who are depressed and went to school to get a master's degree in college I think she would know what she was talking abo...
We were reading this book in class as a group and we got to a part where it said 'depression is a choice'? Now, being how my mother works with people who are depressed and went to school to get a master's degree in college I think she would know what she was talking about when she said 'depression is NOT a choice. Depression is either caused by a chemical inbalence or things depressing happen to you that cause chemical inbalences. Medication CAN help that. If this guy is going and telling everybody that it's their fault their depressed and they choose to be, then these people won't get help, won't get medication, and eventually end up sucidal. And sometimes, if it is parents who get depressed and stressed out while pregnant, and they don't get help, they too will become sucidal and some even kill their children.' Now they are taking this book and reading it to bunches of schools so kids will grow up thinking 'It's my fault I'm depressed, and I'm choosing to be, so I'm not going to get help or get medication'. Do we really want the next generation of America thinking this?

posted by Anonymous on September 11, 2008

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  • Posted February 21, 2014

    Highly Recommended

    My son has read this book and LOVES it! He says Sean Covey is now his favorite author and is beginning to read another one of his books. Sean Covey's books are well written and written so that teens can relate to his stories and examples. Every teenager should read this book and I will definitely have my 15 year old read it next. Excellent read!

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