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Chris Brown and Drake’s bad behavior is the perfect example of behavior you must avoid.

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What was supposed to be a celebratory evening turned ugly when Chris Brown was attacked at a nightclub.Different versions of the story have bottles, fists and things thrown. The end result was a trashed night club, Chris Brown with a gash on his chin and more mud on their reps.

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The behaviors you consistently reflect to the world are the tangible measure of your character and maturity. Yes, sometimes our emotions do get the best of us. But there are many compelling reasons to drop consistent bad behavior habits and create positive new ones.

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Bad behavior is a prelude to poor self-esteem and mood disorders. If your behaviors are pushing people away, causing problems at work, and making you unhappy, eventually it will take a toll on your emotions and feelings of self-worth

Bad behavior draws you to the world’s bottom feeders. Like attracts like. If you want to have relationships with mature, emotionally healthy, authentic people, you must consistently be one yourself.

Bad behaviors negatively impact those you love most. Spouses, children, and close family members might be deeply hurt or embarrassed by your behavior habits. But they live with you and often must tolerate these actions. Children in particular don’t have the emotional skills to implement appropriate boundaries or express their frustrations about adult bad behavior.

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As always, the first step toward change is awareness. I have certainly become aware of my own bad behaviors at times in my life. Perhaps you have too. It can be really hard to look in the mirror and see the truth about the ways we may be behaving. Our first reaction is to deflect and defend — we have good reason for our actions, we can justify our behaviors. Personal growth, and ultimately happiness in life, involves making ourselves vulnerable, acknowledging our flaws, and changing the behavior.

Regardless to what was written or said, the high road was to leave not to brawl. What do you think?

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