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How to help your child resist peer pressure
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How to Help Kids Resist Peer Pressure. Help your child understand the difference between peer pressure and peer influence. Teach your child to distinguish between pressure—peers Teach your child to say no. It’s a powerful word and one that even grownups sometimes have trouble saying.
It’s hard. Help Your Kids Resist Peer Pressure Introduce the Concept. Some kids don’t even recognize peer pressure when it’s happening, while others may be overly Make a Deal. Children often give in to peer pressure because they feel they have no other choice if they want. In addition to the above, to counterbalance the myriad effects of negative peer pressure, parents should employ the following techniques: Do not apply labels to your child.
It’s fine to describe which of your child’s behaviours you find negative, but avoid actually labelling the child. By arguing well, researchers meant trying to persuade their parents with reasoned arguments, rather than with pressure, whining, or insults. This makes teens self assured and develop strong sense of self esteem in them, which helps them to stay. Parents play a significant role in assisting adolescents to resist negative peer pressure. Parents can assist their teenage children in various ways.
Build the self-esteem of your teenage children:One of the risk factors for susceptibility to peer pressure is low self-confidence of teenagers. As kids get older, they may be pressured to take part in activities they don’t really want to do, such as drinking, smoking, cheating, or cutting class. Parents can help by talking to their children about recognizing uncomfortable feelings when they’re under pressure and how to say no to those who pressure. When you are on a trip or party, do behave accordingly and never give anyone a chance to raise fingers on your personality, words, and clothes as well. Try to be with the friends who encourage and stand by you in hard times.
Company of the teens should be wisely selected in the cases when they can face peer pressure. Help Your Kids Resist Peer Pressure Encourage your kid to stick up for what he likes rather than following the crowd. Tips for Parents: Peer Pressure and Encouraging Your Student Talk to your student Talk to them as though they are a friend. By treating them as someone who is responsible and Make a plan Many kids give in to peer pressure because they don’t see a graceful way out.
Help them find one by. Tips to help kids deal with peer pressure Keep in the loop. Talking regularly with your kids about what’s going on in their lives is critical. That doesn’t mean Keep them busy.
Bagley-Jones also recommends extra-curricular activities so children have many peer groups, as well as Teach them to.
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