The conflict occurred a few summers ago. It took place at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio when my family and I were there on vacation. I had an inner-conflict with decision-making. I was confused with myself, wondering what decision I should make in the situation that I was in.
My conflict was deciding whether I should stay in line of the Top Thrill Drag...
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