Taking a deep breath, you say, “I think it’s rated R.”“No big deal,” Garth counters. A crucial test is coming up at school, and Gil, a member of your study group, has a clever idea for cheating.“No one will know,” he says. During a library conversation, your friends start talking about the photos on their driver’s licenses. You get a good look, but something else catches your eye—a picture of a temple.“Hey, Kev,” his buddy says, “What’s that? A cute guy you’ve noticed in social studies makes his way to you and asks for a dance. President Hinckley said, “Choose your friends carefully. never lose sight of [this] fact.”Saying “No” Politely You control who you choose to be with. You’re attracted to her and wonder what she’s really like. You and several friends—including Amy, the girl you want to ask to homecoming—are on your way to a basketball game. Then someone else tells one and it gets contagious. Then Kyle tells a joke he’d never tell if the bishop were present. Kyle notes her lack of response and asks, “What’s the matter, Amy? You’re at a school party where everyone’s dancing and having a great time. Be extremely cautious about who you hang out with and who you accept dates from.Consider the following telltale situations: Good Choices/Bad Choices1. Garth, a guy you’ve been thinking you’d like to go out with, says, “My brother saw this movie and said it was awesome. You’re missing a lot of fun,” just smile and say, “That’s the kind of fun I choose to miss! What could you say to the guy in situation #5 if he asks you to ride home with him? I don’t go with drunks.” A simple “No thanks” should be enough. “We’ve got to pass this one, so we’ll do whatever it takes.” Nicole looks straight at Gil and says, “No way! It is they who will lead you in one direction or the other . Never accept a date from anyone you don’t feel good about. Nicole has a smile that makes you want to smile right back. “I’m just sad to hear one of my friends tell a story like that.”5. “I’m not going to marry that guy/girl.”Do you know anyone who married someone he or she never dated? You never know when a dating relationship may develop into more than just a friendship.
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