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What can I do to avoid going to nightclubs?

What can I do to avoid going to nightclubs?

Dy, 20, a marketing student, talks about hisbad habit of going to nightclubs.

“When going to the club, I prefer listening to the DJs and talking to my friends,” said Dy, “I have more friends than ever before and I feel happy and released when I am there.”

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“I go to the club once or twice a week, and I come back home at around midnight,” Dy added. “It affects my studies but I am not a weak student. The problem is that I drink away all my money, alcohol is so expensive.”

Dy knows going to club is not a positive hobby but he said, “I used to think of not going but I felt bored when I didn’t go. I try to review all my lessons for tomorrow but once I finish that,I still have plenty of free time leftover. I don’t want to go to sleep early.”

Because of that, he raised the question, “So, what should I do to kill time after reviewing the lessons so I am not tempted to going out drinking?”

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