Peer Pressure

Peer Pressure

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  • In this comic, we'll be learning about the two types of peer pressure: positive and negative. It's important to be able to distinguish between the two, and how to respond if you're pressuring into something you don't want to do. Remember, you don't have to follow the crowd!
  • First, let's look at positive peer pressure...
  • Hey! My friends and I noticed you looked a little lonely over here. You should join our frisbee game, it'll be fun!
  • Sure! I'd love to join, thanks!
  • Great! Right this way!
  • See how the girl was by herself and was encouraged to join in a group activity? That was an example of how peer pressure can be a good thing! But what if the activity you're being pressured into is illegal, or something you don't want to do? That's when peer pressure turns bad.
  • Next, let's look at negative peer pressure...
  • I got a fake ID that says I'm 21; you should let me buy you a drink.  No one has a good time here unless they're drunk.
  • Actually, no thanks. I don't drink and I'd rather have a good time on my own.
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