I found the topic on "Impulsive Choices" very significant. Impulsive choices root from many different circumstances and as people, we tend to make impulsive choices simply because we have a habit of letting our emotions "get the best of us." In other words, our impulsivity clouds our judgement in certain situations, especially in situations that causes us to get emotional, whether these emotions are negative or positive emotions. Whether we are feeling extremely sad, happy, mad, etc. For example, when we are mad, we tend so say things or do things we don't mean simply because at this moment we are EXTREMELY angry and we search for outlets to release this anger, especially in an argument. People say very hurtful things and regret this afterwards, then eventually come to the realization that they were being impulsive. Impulsive choices, in my opinion, are the results of our emotions getting in the way of us being able to assess and judge a situation clearly. It is all a matter of really dissecting and assessing a situation really carefully in order to avoid, as much as we can, making impulsive choices. In reality, majority of the time, after an impulsive choice is made, regret usually follows after. On the contrary, impulsive choices may also lead to better things depending on the circumstances.
Here is a video that explains why people tend to make impulsive choices: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V2EMuoM5IX4