How to Say No and Keep Your Friends: Peer Pressure Reversal for Teens and Preteens

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Human Resource Development, 1997 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 161 pages
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This practical book for teens and preteens is filled with helpful suggestions, true stories, lively cartoons, and proven effective skills for dealing with all kinds of negative peer pressure. All kids face difficult decisions at some point about things like cheating, fighting, skipping school, stealing, drugs, lying to parents, etc. Sometimes it's hard to just say "no" when their friends are saying "Everybody does it. We won't get caught."
 

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this book reduces my suffering of doing things against my wish.... truly inspired me :)
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INTRODUCTION
1
STORIES OF NEGATIVE PEER PRESSURE
13
LEARNING PEER PRESSURE REVERSAL
31
Check Out the Scene
40
Make A Good Decision
49
Act to Avoid Trouble
58
PPR IN ACTION LIGHTS CAMERA ACTION
93
TOBACCO ALCOHOL OTHER DRUGS SEX AND VIOLENCE
107
SUMMARY THEY CHOOSE YOU LOSE
157
About the Author
161
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