How do you keep from being seduced by the immoralities in society?
It's easier as you get older and know more about who you are and what you want, but for me the key is to stay busy doing those things you are passionate about. That leaves little time for giving in to distraction. Sandra Busby
Be true to yourself above all else. If you are true to your own morals it is not possible for media/society to influence you.
What do you consider immoral? I considerate corporate greed and inhumanity to man to be immoral, but don't give any importance to sexual matters. You have to decide where you stand and stick to it. Be strong. People are seduced because they want to be.
Know who you are and stay true to what you beleave! Dont let anyone guide you in the wrong direction. Keep a strong mind set and set boundries both for yourself and thoose around you.
Know who you are and what you stand for. Before making decisions, picture it being recorded permanently for all to see. If you wouldn't be proud of the decision or wouldn't want your children to do the same thing one day, don't do it. I would surround myself with people that I want to be like. Your peers are very influential.
Know who you are and don't falter. Believe in a higher power and you can't go wrong.
Unfortunately it is very difficult to not be seduced. There are a lot of things out there that are very appealing even though they may not be moral choices. I think the only answer that I can give that is honest is that you have to think about the consequences of these actions. If your upbringing was like mine your lucky. i was raised with strict morals and even though I hated them at the time I love my parents for instating these morals onto me. The other thing that i have going for me now that I am older is that I was blessed with a little girl who is turning nine this year. She is my other reason for not getting seduced by immoralities. I try to set a good example for her and I would be so embarrassed and disappointed in myself if I did something that would make her feel less of her daddy.
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