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  • Of course, it's bad.

    In some institutions especially schools with dormitory, instead of doing things like laundry, room cleaning and STUDYING, they just lie on their beds, if has a phone, many watch porn. Some students who are motivated to study becomes lazy because their peers are tempting them. For example, a group of peers went to the mall, and the peers agreed to watch Rated X movies, even though one doesn't want to, How could he/she say no? They are his/her friends. Things like that.

  • Yes, peer pressure is bad

    Yes, peer pressure is bad, especially for children and teens who are not yet immune to it. With time, people (hopefully) come to understand that they have their own life and are free to live it the way they like. But for kids and teens, peer pressure often rules. They think they must do things the way "peers" expect. That's bad for their individuality, self-esteem, and a ton of other things.

  • Yes, peer pressure is bad because it is a weight on a person to do something that may be wrong.

    Peer pressure can cause things like anxiety for a person. If they feel pressured they may also do things they are not prepared to do or would not do otherwise. Peer pressure can compel people to do morally incorrect things like bully or be prejudiced against others, because society tells them to.

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  • It can be good

    You can pressure your friends to do good things such as staying away from drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, etc. When people think of peer pressure, they think of people being pressured into doing BAD things, but you can pressure your friends into doing good things. You have a bigger impact on your peers than you may realize.


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