Who's Looking Out For You? - Chapter 2: It's My Party Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2: It's My Party Summary

Many adults in the United States were never forced to grow up and face realities like their parents and grandparents did. They are commonly self-absorbed and superficial. The consumer driven media only helps to intensify and reinforce this behavior. It's all about "stuff." Credit card use and debt is rampant - the thought of saving up for something is seen as "old-fashioned." This has created a lot of selfish people. And selfish people generally don't make real friendships. They also have a tendency to turn off good, generous people.

It is vital to seek out and work to maintain good friendships. They always pay off in the long run. Bad friendships merely pull people in the wrong direction, and those "friends" can't be counted on. To attract and keep good friends, you have to be a good...

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