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Conforming vs not conforming to societys expectations

"Conforming vs. Not Conforming to Society's Expectations"

The advantages of conforming to society's expectations are obvious. You will be

widely accepted as the norm and you are likely to be more popular than people who

don't conform to society's expectations.

You can be yourself and do whatever you feel like if you don't conform to society's

expectations. You may not be as popular as a conformist, but you will probably earn

more respect for standing out. Non-conformists could actually have more time and

money on their hands for themselves because they don't need to spend time or money

on things that will help them fit in.

I agree with Ralph Waldo Emerson's idea, "Whoso would be a man must be a non-

conformist," because man is free to do whatever he wishes--we're not robots that are

programmed to imitate. In other words, we have our own individual minds and

personalities and we need to put our uniqueness to work.

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