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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Pugle

How Peer Pressure Affects All Ages

Peer pressure is any type of influence, positive or negative, that comes from a peer group. This peer group may be of similar age (e.g., children in the same classroom) but it can also be defined by other commonalities, including motherhood, professional affiliations, and your local neighborhood.


Peer pressure occurs throughout the lifespan, but learning to cope by building self-confidence and surrounding yourself with positive influences may help prevent problems with peer pressure from arising later.


This article will explain what peer pressure looks like in young adults and teens and how it can affect adults. Read more in Verywell.

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Michelle Pugle, MA

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