peer pressure

Conversation Starters on Peer Pressure

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As parents or parental figures, you need to prepare your child for peer pressure and encourage them to stand up and make wise choices in the face of adversity.Teenagers, specifically young men, face peer pressure on a daily basis. It can come from any direction – their friends, classmates, and even their family. As parents or parental figures, you need to prepare your child for peer pressure and encourage them to stand up and make wise choices in the face of adversity. Use these conversation starters to get them thinking.

 

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Huddle up with your kids and ask, “Where do you feel the most pressure in your life?”