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The Negative Effects of Peer pressure

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Keivaandtay project

on 8 January 2013

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Topics in my paper Obstacle 1 Obstacle 2 Obstacle 3 Goal Start Passion for my peers! My goal is to help teens understand what we say
and do to each other actually have a longer effect
on someone's life then we may know. The Negative Effects of Peer Pressure Story time How these actions come about due to peer pressure Bullying
Alcohol use
Teenage sexual activity
Teenage homicide
Teenage suicide Bullying Teens often react to their peers
the way they think their peers would expect them
to act. For example, if one teen didn't think
another would fit in with his or her group,
they would encourage the group to criticize the individual. Drugs The most common effect
of peer pressure most people
are familiar with,is how teens pressure
each other to participate in drug usage.
All it takes is for one teen to say " Hey
try this " -Pollack 50 Alcohol use The second most common
method of peer pressure would
be the pressure to drink. The NIAA
states that approximately 599,000
college students in the United States
get accidental alcohol poison Teenage sexual activity Most people don't really think
about the pressure on teens to
have sex as opposed to drugs and
alcohol. Most teenage boys and girls feel
as if they HAVE to have sex with their partner
to keep them.
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