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How to Complete Probation-Five Stumbling Blocks to Successfully Completing Your Probation

Probation stumbling block number four:

4. Instability in life

This is an important, but often over looked part of success with probation. This topic covers a lot of aspects. One is a permanent residence. Probation will ask you for your primary residence and may violate you for not remaining at that residence or moving from it without notifying them. However, the most important stability that will help you is a support system. This is often times family. A lot of probation failure stems from an instability in family life, whether it is with children, spouse, or parents. Having a stable family life will foster an atmosphere of success and support. Even if your family life is turbulent, you may find support and stability in friends, co-workers, or specific support groups. Be careful with friends however, while you may have grown up with these individuals, friends can often be the cause of instability in your life, so evaluate who are your true friends and want you to succeed and those who do not have your best interests in mind. Whatever your support and stabilizer may be, make sure you find them, because you will feel stronger and more capable than you ever believe you could be and this will give you the ability to complete anything probation can throw at you.

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