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Liz1911

  • one year ago

Peer pressure question? Griffin is being pressured by his friends to do drugs. Give at least four examples of how he could refuse this negative peer pressure.

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  1. jollysailorbold
    • one year ago
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    1. Just plainly walk away. 2. He could try to focus on something else. 3. He could go tell someone who could do something about it 4. He could ignore him and try to change the subject.

  2. agentscape
    • one year ago
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    1) He could try seeking consul from someone wise 2) educating himself, about the effects and consequences of drugs 3) he could, change is type of friends, thus find people that will guide him 4) refuse or do not accept it or encourage his friends not to do it

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