Your son joins kindergarten and, soon, you notice him kicking out in aggression or anger. Your daughter suddenly won’t wear anything but skinny, short dresses, and demands to use your makeup kit regularly. You smell cigarette smoke in the bathroom. Recognize the symptoms – this is peer pressure at work!
The social disease of peer pressure affects all – kids, teens, adults. But it’s not always bad, it can be healthy and positive too! Read on to understand the positive and negative aspects of peer pressure, how to teach children to recognize and resist negative pressures.
Infographic Source: The Science of peer pressure by WoodenToyShop.co.uk