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  • 1. SOCIAL SKILLS AND ISSUES B Y: J E N N A, PAI G E AN D B RY C E
  • 2. How can we better improve our social skillseven through the challenges of teen hood?Peer Pressure• Avoid Situations where peer pressure could be present.• Know what your standards are• Socialize with people who will not pressure you into doing something.• Know the difference between positive and negative peer pressure. Bryce
  • 3. Continued…Adolescence• Relationships with parents change- resentment.• Relationships with friends change- bullying, peer pressure, relationships.• Avoid peer pressure.• Stand up.• Don’t be a bystander• These strategies help with many different situations. Bryce
  • 4. How to prevent to peer pressure?Peer pressure: know the difference between positive and negative peer pressure.negative-don’t hang out with friends that influence you to do bad things.-if your parents are alcoholics talk to someone about it so u don’t get involved.positive-hang out with friends that encourage you do get involved in more physical activities.-hang out with people that encourage you to do better in schoolAVOID NEGATIVE PEER PRESSURE! Paige
  • 5. Bullying-do not hang out with bully’s.-if someone is getting bullied go tell an adult.-Stand up!-Do not be a bystander!-Don’t join in or laughThat is all…
  • 6. Peer Pressure - Friendships Recognize peer pressure- good and bad Decide if your friends lead you to good influences or bad. If you question your friends motives than it is probably a bad choice. Hang out with people who respect you instead of people who take advantage of you or disrespect you. Don’t hang out with people who do drugs, smoke, or cut themselves. Stay with people who make good choices and will introduce you to activities and people Jenna

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