Niki’s Guide: broaden horizons


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Students who are excited to attend school and love their peers and extracurricular activities can stop reading here.

However, not all students have the pleasure of enjoying all the moments spent at school and the people they spend it with.

Participate in activities outside the school to allow for a mental break from the same people, consistently.

Joining groups based on religion, sports, or hobbies allows students to socialize with those outside the usual peer group.

Joining these groups allows for befriending people without the predefined bias that comes with social groups at school.

It makes sense for students not to limit themselves to the school. Take an opportunity to broaden horizons and establish new relationships.

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