Coequal pressure is direct influence on people by compeer, or an individual who gets encouraged to follow their compeers by changing their attitudes, values, or behaviors to conform to those of the influencing group or individual.
Peer Group impact more than family: – Some time student face Peer compition they might be under influence of there group. Or an individual encouraged following their compeers by changing one’s attitudes, values, or behaviors to conform to those of the influencing group or individual. Coequal group values & attitudes
influence, more strongly than do family values. Adolescence is the time when a person is most susceptible to companion pressure because peers become an important influence on behavior during adolescence, and peer pressure has been called a hallmark of adolescent experience. They are an important influence in adolescence and sometimes it’s natural to behave in certain ways just to fit in.
Some teens give into peer pressure because:
We may lose what is uniqueness in our self and no doubt it’s sometime positive also when it’s resulting into some unique talent or Academic Excellence, but most of time it’s distracting like undue demands n Distraction.
Our Mentors talk and make students most of the time driven output.
No one can play our role better than us: – so without losing ourselves trying to explore one’s uniqueness
Being Parents we look forward our own unfulfilled dreams in our children. Few peoples are v less earrings but want to their child be Top in town, so our mentors try to counsel both parents as well as kid to make them understand rational realistic goal, to make them awake of distractions to make them out of fear of non achievement. To keep them ready for competition and process of performance.
Peer pressure in young people is most pronounced with respect to style, taste, appearance, ideology, and values Adolescents might take up activities like drinking, smoking, drug use, dating in order to be accepted. In the process we may lose our self and forget that we are the best version of ourselves. Peer pressure can also have positive effects when youth leading toward positive behavior and altruistic acts, such as volunteering for charity or excelling in academics.