At some point in everyones life we’ve been pure pressured to do something. Whether we like it or not we will have to make a decision when the opportunity presents itself. We have to choose between right and wrong. Peer pressure in teens is particularly interesting because teens make decisions with a brain that isn’t fully developed. Unlike an adult’s brain, a teens brain has many changes to undergo some of which shape the way how teens problem solve, interact, and understand the environment around them. During these critical stages of a young adults life it is extremely important that they are able to interact and experiment with the world around them. It is important to point out that a teen should experiment in a safe and positive environment. Peer pressure can be a good and bad thing depending on what an individual is being pressured to do. For example if a teen is being pressured by five of his or her friends to walk a 6k fun run assuming the individual is in good health and a good state of mind this wouldn’t really be considered peer pressure it would be considered more along the lines as motivation. On the other hand if a teen is pressured to steal an item from a store then that’s when it crosses the line. Peer pressure in most cases in not a good thing and you should always be aware of the consequences of your actions. There are many ways to cope with this pressure the best advise I can give you is the listen, assess, and decide the the situation. Listen to what is being asked of you to do. Then assess the question is this something I am capable of doing or should I do it. Lastly decide based off the information you have gathered should you or should you not do it. What are some consequences of my actions.
Teen peer pressure
Nowadays children are coming of age moving into teenage lifestyle, engaging
with their social groups, and how they appear to other people's eyes became an issue. Their adrenaline's chip in and encounter an expeditious alter in their minds and bodies. They build their own mind, rules and regulations. They also try to test new ideas with their social groups. Furthermore. Peer pressure refers to something occurs in teen 's social group. It is the feeling of being accepted by other. Peer pressure is a double edged weapon: it can be positive as it can be a negative. But mostly it has unfavevorable effects on teens that lead them to a deadly end. Teens have more force to be cool, and to be approved, that why they rebel when their parents ask them not to do and always do the opposite, Peer pressure is serious issue that affects numerous teenagers in the world today, Communities are offering countless deceitful puponfrontlications that seem to guide teens to the wrong path. There are lots of pressures that teens confront today: Smoking, Drinking. Sex. parental abuse, and etc. Peers always pressure each other to participate these things even if some of them does not want to do.
Adolescence is when they realize they are not kids anymore and their body begins to change , when the time to take life decision begins. At this time peer pressure usually initiate which change everything to be more stressful in their individual's.
Who says this? "I never said my wife were a witch, Mr. Hale; I only said shewere reading books." *
In the poem “Prometheus” what does Prometheus criticize Zeus for? Being too involved in the lives of mortal men.
Not having enough “gauzy clouds” to cover his heavens.
Having too many demigod offspring from mating with mortal women.
Not actually being responsible for the things Prometheus has accomplished.
Excerpt from the poem: "Thy Godlike crime was to be kind, To render with thy precepts less The sum of human wretchedness, And strengthen Man with his own mind; But baffled as thou wert from high, Still in thy patient energy, In the endurance, and repulse Of thine impenetrable Spirit, Which Earth and Heaven could not convulse.." If you read the poem you can tell he is telling him that by mixing in with the lives of mortals, he is only brought despair, because he lives forever while the do not and his attachments only end in pain and death. Answer: Being too involved in the lives of mortal men.
Recall your earlier response to the issue of year-round school. Choose one side of the argument. Then write a call-to-action statement that could be used at the end of a persuasive essay on the topic.
If you don't want to lose your precious summer vacation, write now to your principal expressing your views on the year-round school.
What is summer vacation?
Vacation is either a leave of absence from a regular job or an instance of leisure travel away from home. People often take a vacation during specific holiday observances or for specific festivals or celebrations. Vacations are often spent with friends or family. Vacations may include a specific trip or journey, usually for the purpose of recreation or tourism.
A person may take a longer break from work, such as a sabbatical, gap year, or career break. The concept of taking a vacation is a recent invention, and has developed through the last two centuries. Historically, the idea of travel for recreation was a luxury that only wealthy people could afford. In the Puritan culture of early America, taking a break from work for reasons other than weekly observance of the Sabbath was frowned upon.
However, the modern concept of vacation was led by a later religious movement encouraging spiritual retreat and recreation.
If you don’t want to lose your precious summer vacation, write now to your principal expressing your views on year-round school.
i got it wrong but this is the right answer.
Which of the following might mean that Stephanie is tired?
asleep ,broken-down , burned out, dead on one's feet , dog-tired, done for,done in,droopy,drowsy,fed up, haggard,narcoleptic
different words that mean tired
Which of the following is an example of a run-on sentence? (5 points)The dog is in serious need of a bath. He stinks every time he goes outside. Please help me wash him, he's dirty. I'll get the soap, and you get the tub.
I think it's the first or second one
well, first, Im sure the first and second sentences can be shortened. "the dog needs a bath." or "he stinks when he goes outside."