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How Peer Pressure can damage your child (Statistics)

Contrary to popular belief, peer pressure isn’t something that suddenly comes about in teenagehood. It is there from our earliest social interactions. Babies look to their mothers for cues on how to behave, toddlers look to their teachers and friends, and teens look to the ‘cool kids’.   As pack animals that we are, humans naturally look to the “alpha’s” to dictate our behaviour, what is acceptable and what isn’t. It’s just how we are. We even self-evaluate to see if our behaviour is in line with that of the rest of the pack.   Children in Primary or Elementary school are at a phase in their lives psychologists call the industry vs inferiority. At this stage, children form and […]

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How Peer Pressure can damage your child (Statistics)

Contrary to popular belief, peer pressure isn’t something that suddenly comes about in teenagehood. It is there from our earliest […]