Peer Pressure Proof

People who don't have a cohesive sense of self will feel the need to conform and will easily succumb to peer pressure


People want to be liked. They want to fit in. They don’t want to disappoint or lose their friends. Feeling peer pressure, whether it’s spoken or not, is normal. The idea that “everybody is doing it” sometimes causes people to leave their better judgment behind.


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