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From an infant, we seek the approval of those around us. This feeling peaks at adolescence which can lead to declining mental health, self-esteem, and academic performance if social forces are negative. When positive, it can have the reverse effect as children are encouraged to perform better at school by positive influences around them. We have teamed up with a private school in Beaconsfield to share a few ways that you can teach your child to resist peer pressure.