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Peer pressure can come in many forms. Some are subtle and some overt. I think sometimes teens don't see the subtle forms because they are too caught up in fitting in, being popular or being liked.
Peer pressure can be your friends subtly making fun of you, laughing, putting you down & then saying, "just kidding.” Remember, at the core of every statement there is some truth. It can also be your friends saying, “you're no fun” because you don't want to do…Continue
Confidence, self-esteem and approval are all tied very closely. Combined, I call this the triangle of self-perseverance. They are interwoven and when out of balance, we can’t be the best version of ourselves. Like a science project that successfully shows cause-and-effect when elements are evenly poured, so too happens with the proper mixture of confidence, self-esteem and approval.…Continue