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Sometimes young people who want to be moral feel isolated from their peers. They find that many activities common to some others of their age-group—experimentation with drugs, tobacco, alcohol, and sex—are not consistent with their convictions. At the same time, they feel the need for friendship with other young people.
A young woman in a women's college faced this problem during the first part of her college years. She found herself virtually alone in her dorm on many Saturday nights while her friends went out with young men they had met from nearby universities. Her prospects for meeting anyone seemed slim, and friendships with fellow students, too, seemed rather shallow.
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