How to Deal With Peer Pressure?

Β Hi friends,
Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Hope you all are doing well and having a happy healthy life. Here I am trying to connect with people to share my totalΒ unsaturated thoughtsΒ towards any particular incident message or anything which is related directly or indirectly to our living hood. I hope you join me in this journey, share your views, and interact without beingΒ Prejudiced and Judgemental.
Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β Β Β Β We all know very well that nowadays women’sΒ Empowerment, Equality, modernisation, andΒ IndependenceΒ these some of the many words that are related directly to the existence of women. Today’s woman isΒ independent, strong, opinionated, successful, and achieverΒ as well as managing successfully their homes and family too. And it’s very good to do all the stuff which makes you feel good to feel confident about yourself.
Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β But, wait a minute and think about it for 1 minute. Is this really what you want???? There are some women and some girls who don’t know and didn’t realise what they want and what they want!! If you are also one of those who justΒ joined the raceΒ only because of the trend or because of society. Because nowadays society also set a goal for women’s working capabilities outside the doors.
Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  There comesΒ β€œPeer Pressure”. Peer pressure to prove yourself is one more criterion other than so many which are already existed there for the girl/woman to fill for society for the family. If this is chosen by you willingly then it’s ok, it’s the individual’s own choice and hugely appreciated.Β But if you are following it blindly or doing it under pressure or any force, please understand the difference.
Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Β  Whatever you do choose for yourself. Think about it. Do you want this or not ask a question yourself. Don’t put yourself in the new fascinating cage.
It’s okay to be at home. Being a homemaker is a very very very big task for whole life. It’s the toughest job one can do in any way. So if you want to and feel to choose to stay at home and be a homemaker then also it’s fine. Don’t put yourself under any pressure to prove yourself in any way. You are doing great anyway if you are feeling good about what you are.
Β There are some tips which help you to deal with it;

  1. Learn to say β€œNo”

Say ‘no’ like you would not joke about this. The most essential method for answering friend pressure is to simply say ‘no.’ Rising to peer tension will save you the difficulty of getting compelled in the future in the future since it sends an unmistakable message that you’re not intrigued. Be firm and visually connect. This shows that you’re not able to compromise.

There are bunches of ways of saying no. For instance, say, “I don’t do that” or, “No way, I’ll pass.” You can likewise say, “I’d prefer not to, much obliged.”

Be mindful so as not to get teased into accomplishing something by being designated “frightened” or “a chicken.” Remain firm in your own choice.

  1. Make an excuse to leave

This is an extraordinary choice if you’re feeling timid or threatened, or on the other hand, if you would rather not put on a show of being impolite. Concoct a reason of some kind or another, apologize, and move away straightaway. For example

You could say “Gracious, I recently neglected, I need to read up for the numerical test,” or “Goodness my golly! I recently failed to remember that I need to meet Sue for that gathering project!”

Assuming the individual is steady, text your companion or your parent to call you. At the point when your telephone rings, get, just a tad, then, at that point, say you need to leave.

Ensure that your reason is conceivable. Try also that you need to converse with your sister on the off chance that you don’t have a sister.

  1. Make your own Decision

Do things that settle on you cheerful and go with those decisions all alone. While certain individuals could request that you accomplish something that pushes you outside your usual range of familiarity positively, be aware of any adverse results that could happen.

On the off chance that you’re going to settle on a choice, ask yourself, “Is this great for me? Is this adding something positive to my life? Am I sure the way that I feel about it?”

Try not to settle on choices in light of others’ thought process is great for you or what they maintain that you should do.

  1. Journal about your feeling

It can be challenging to manage the sentiments that come from peer pressure. You may be old buddies with somebody, then, at that point, feel sold out when they attempt to constrain you to follow through with something. You could try and contemplate whether the fellowship is finished or needs to end. Managing these feelings can be hard, so utilize a diary to figure out your sentiments and assist you with adapting to the stress.

Your diary ought to be a protected spot to work out your viewpoints and sentiments. Be straightforward with yourself as you compose.

You should ponder your diary passages now and again to perceive how you’ve managed things previously and what was useful previously.

  1. Get Support from Others

If you have a companion who has comparative qualities, go places together. You can hold each other under tight restraints as well as post for each other. Back one another up and uphold each other in making great decisions.

For instance, if your companion is struggling with saying no, ring in and say, “We’re simply leaving now and going to the shopping centre.”

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  1. Very Good Blog… Very Good Saying… Your thinking that everybody has to release pressure of mind it's brilliant thing… Everybody has to support the mankind… Please keep going for this type of inspirational blog. Thank you…

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