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I would generally agree with sagacious statement that parental pressure is better than peer pressure. Young people have influence of their family because the parents determine their children’s further behaviour. Certainly, I would not disagree that friends are the strongest influence on young adults.
All parents push their kids at least a little. It’s part of the job. They stare straight in their baby’s face and say “Mom” or “Dad” over and over to push them to talk. Parents pressure their offspring to be polite, have basic eating manners, be obedient, etc. So, forcing them a little isn’t such a bad thing. Even pushing them to do something someone else from time to time can be a good thing. It’s not always about parental bragging rights.

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Teen years, it seems, are when aliens come and abduct your adolescent, remove their brain for few years, and return sometime to replant it. The abduction is swift and thorough, but the implanting can take anywhere from 1 to 10 years. Kids will gravitate towards and be influenced by their peers. This is when they feel insecure at home. When they don’t feel loved, accepted, when they have no boundaries, they reach out to be like minded souls. At such circumstances they are easily sucked into harmful situation because they think others are having more fun than they are. Finally they end up get involved in bad activities due to their peer pressure even if they are not convinced about it. At such situation level of parental pressure is lessened.

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Friends have the most powerful effect on young peoples’ attitude to the other members of the society and the world as a whole. At times though bad, that influence may last forever. Parents only want the best for their children. In my opinion, parental pressure is the most substantial factor for development of young adults.

No one knows us better than our parents. No one wants the best for us like our parents. It is natural that we should allow our parents to make important decisions for us. Parents sometimes put some restriction s on their children. They give them a list of do’s and don’ts for their welfare. This is the time when parents are usually conservative above their kids because they do not want then to fall into the wrong crowd. Parents only want the best for their children.

I would generally agree with sagacious statement that parental pressure is better than peer pressure. Young people have influence of their family because the parents determine their children’s further behavior. Certainly, I would not disagree that friends are the strongest influence on young adults.

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All parents push their kids at least a little. It’s part of the job. They stare straight in their baby’s face and say “Mom” or “Dad” over and over to push them to talk. Parents pressure their offspring to be polite, have basic eating manners, be obedient, etc. So, forcing them a little isn’t such a bad thing. Even pushing them to do something someone else from time to time can be a good thing. It’s not always about parental bragging rights.

Teen years, it seems, are when aliens come and abduct your adolescent, remove their brain for few years, and return sometime to replant it. The abduction is swift and thorough, but the implanting can take anywhere from 1 to 10 years. Kids will gravitate towards and be influenced by their peers. This is when they feel insecure at home. When they don’t feel loved, accepted, when they have no boundaries, they reach out to be like minded souls. At such circumstances they are easily sucked into harmful situation because they think others are having more fun than they are. Finally they end up get involved in bad activities due to their peer pressure even if they are not convinced about it. At such situation level of parental pressure is lessened.

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Friends have the most powerful effect on young peoples’ attitude to the other members of the society and the world as a whole. At times though bad, that influence may last forever. Parents only want the best for their children. In my opinion, parental pressure is the most substantial factor for development of young adults.

No one knows us better than our parents. No one wants the best for us like our parents. It is natural that we should allow our parents to make important decisions for us. Parents sometimes put some restriction s on their children. They give them a list of do’s and don’ts for their welfare. This is the time when parents are usually conservative above their kids because they do not want then to fall into the wrong crowd.Parents only want the best for their children.

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BY AAKRITI SHARMA

 

 

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