handle peer pressure
adult peer pressure
adolescent peer pressure
cut class
cut math
be influenced by one's peer
both negatively and positively
quiz
acquaintance
convince
moral dilemmas
interact
shoplift
synagogue
cigarettes
give in
leave their better judgment or common sense behind
stand their ground
healthy and effective ways
intervene
perspective
the kid in school with whom you're dying to be friends
as you grow older
don't have a clear ritht or wrong answer
in the solar system
mean to another player
be extremely strong
These studies have also shown that all it takes for someone to stand her ground on what she knows is right is for one other peer to join her.
That principle holds true for people of any age in peer pressure situations.