Frequently Asked Questions about Peer Pressure
Everyone likes to be accepted and admired by others. During the teen years especially, this desire to be liked may lead to some difficult pressures. Should one cheat on a test or lie to a friend in order to be liked by others? And what should a person do when his or her peers start to drink, use drugs, and/or have sex? Friends are often a big influence, and it can be hard to know what to do or how to stand up for one s beliefs. This book deals with peer pressure, an issue every teen must cope with at one time or another.
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