How to deal with club addiction

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How to deal with club addiction

Last week, Dy wanted to know what he should do to kill time after studying so he will stop spending money at nightclubs.

In response, Sean Viseth, an outstanding youth with achievements such as a full ride scholarship for an IT bachelor’s degree, UGRAD scholarship to the US and a scholarship to study at ACE, among several other awards, shares what Dy should do to kill time instead of clubbing.

“He can call up a friend who doesn’t go clubbing,” said Viseth. “He can also exercise to stay healthy.”

“He can take some time to learn about technology. It’s an easy solution because he can use learn from home,” said Viseth, adding that learning about new technology is a good skill for Dy.

Having been involved in community service, Viseth also said that when finished with studying, Dy should also get involved with community service to do his part in society.

Viseth highlighted that besides community service, Dy can find volunteer jobs or internships in order to gain work experience as many organisations are encouraging youths to work alongside them.

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