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This QuickTips brochure offers 10 proven ideas parents can use—from helping children resist the crowd that doesn't want to look "too smart" in school to overcoming pressure to try drugs and alcohol.
Peer influence begins when children are young—and increases as they grow older. While it is natural and healthy for children to rely more on friends as they mature, peer pressure during school years can be difficult, to say the least.
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