   Your peers can help you achieve the goals you    want (e.g. grades)   If you surround yourself with a good group of  ...
   They can lead you to certain addictions (e.g.    smoking, drugs, alcohol etc).   They can get you involved in the wro...
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Peer pressure

  1. 1.  Your peers can help you achieve the goals you want (e.g. grades) If you surround yourself with a good group of friends they can advise you if they seeing you’re making wrong decisions in your life Your friend can change your perspective on important things, in ways this is a good thing for example if one day you’re being really negative and your surround yourself with positive friends they can uplift your mood.
  2. 2.  They can lead you to certain addictions (e.g. smoking, drugs, alcohol etc). They can get you involved in the wrong type of relationships They can lead you to doing things you are normally against (e.g. stealing, skipping class) They can pressure you into as lifestyle that isn’t suitable for you or something you’re comfortable with.
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