Help your child resist peer pressure

Help your child stay safe and out of trouble by saying "no" to peer pressure.


This video offers advice to parents how to teach their kids to protect themselves from negative peer pressure. As kids get older, they may be pressured to take part in activities they don’t really want to do, such as drinking, smoking, cheating, or cutting class. Parents can talk to children about recognizing uncomfortable feelings when they’re under pressure and how to say no to those who pressure them. This video is most appropriate for parents of children in fourth grade, fifth grade, and middle school.

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Comments from readers

"Always good advice to teach your child about peer pressure. The only think disturbing is that it taught the child to lie. The two o'clock meeting was not the truth. There is surely another way to handle it. "
"Thanks for posting this! Great, will have the whole family watch! "