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Most teenagers are confronted with peer pressure in many different situations and contexts. Some peer pressure can be pretty harmless and not detrimental to child safety, while other types of peer pressure can be used to get your child into dangerous situations that can compromise child safety. You can't always make sure that your child will not hang out with other kids who will pressure them into harmful situations, but you can help increase child safety and help prevent your children from giving into peer pressure. Maintaining a good emotional relationship with your child is a great way to maintain child safety. Try to communicate with your child and stay involved in your child's life, that can help a lot in increasing child safety. Try to make them feel loved and try to build their confidence. If your child is confident in who they are they are less likely to succumb to peer pressure since a lot of kids succumb to peer pressure because they feel like they have to in order to be liked. Make sure to tell your child about the importance of not succumbing to peer pressure, especially when it comes to drugs and alcohol. Tell your children that no matter what they should not let anybody pressure them into doing drugs or drinking any alcohol, this incredibly important in maintaining child safety. By doing this you can help in preventing them from drinking or doing drugs and you can maintain child safety.

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