Personal choices are decisions about one’s conduct that are or r should be, in the person’s view under personal jurisdiction and not regulated by rules or authority figures, as in choosing of friends, hobbies or leisure activities. Personal choice is when children recognize a domain of personal freedom in decision making that is not guided by adult authority and regulations but by the child's own preferences or choices

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