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Why is peer pressure more common in high school

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More common compared to what ? Generally speaking, it's because kids are 'very/more vulnerable to peer pressure' in that age-span. It's typical teenager-psychology (insecure --> looking for approval/association, don't wanna be left out or stand out).

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Is it normal or common for kids graduating from high school to not go straight to college/university?


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Is it normal for a child to cry a lot when they go to daycare?


There is no reason that any parent should have a "suck it up studies are important" attitude when it comes to preschool. While preschool is about learning, it is also about making friends, dealing with separation, and learning how to attend school...something that kids don't learn how to do without practice.

When a child cries at preschool it can mean any number of things:
The child is spoiled and is constantly held by mom, dad, or another family member at home and cannot stand not being held at school

The child does not feel comfortable in the classroom whether because they are uncertain about the teacher, their peers, or the separation from their parents

The child thinks that their parents are abandoning them and will not come back for them, because this is very common thinking for this age group

The child thinks that something is going to happen to them that is bad if mom and/or dad leave because they cannot fathom in their brain dealing with anything without their parents around

When a child cries at preschool, the worst thing that a parent can do is to hang around and cuddle and hold the child. This teaches the child that they can get mom or dad to stay just by crying and every time this scenario is played out, it makes the next separation that much harder. Allowing the child to bring a familiar item from home such as a favorite book, favorite stuffed animal to hold during nap time, or putting a photo of their family in their backpack or lunchbox can help a child get through the day.

In other cases, sometimes when a child cries at preschool it can be a sign of something more serious, like abuse from one of the adults in the preschool. It's important as a parent to volunteer in your child's class from time to time, observe your child's teacher, and report anything strange, unusual, or that makes you uncomfortable immediately. Additionally, you can ask your child about their day at school. Ask them questions that require more than a yes or no answer such as "What did you do at school today" vs "Did you have fun at school today". Ask your child questions like "What didn't you like about school today". Children are brutally honest and if something is going on at your child's school, they are bound to open up about it to you if you know the right questions to ask.

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Who do i need to speak with about my son and his school hes being bullied and has been for 2 years and im not sure what i need to do now !


If your son's school takes the problem of bullying seriously they will be concerned about it both on and off school premises and will have a tried and tested process in place to tackle it which will be approved by the school governors, the local education authority, the local police and the parent teacher association.

Bullying is often a case of particularly bad manners by kids who don't know being well mannered goes further than please or thank you at the dinner table. Other kids bully because of peer pressure or prestige and others because they themselves are bullied or have a bully as a role model. Sometimes a bully is just a nasty kid with a nasty nature.

If you are involved with the PTA, initial advice may be found there. Schools have a habit of down-playing the problem fearing bad publicity and if that is the case and the head teacher or principal is a wannabe politician who likes to sit on his hands, if you talk to him your complaint is likely to be misplaced. Certainly the Principal should be informed but being too discreet would probably not be advisable. Your son's teacher should be informed and a few selected parents and members of the PTA in addition.

If your son is suffering physical bullying, it is a criminal assault and while not wanting to give a young bully a criminal record, if it takes place outside of school your local police officer might arrange to witness an incident and then read the riot act.
If your son is suffering psychological bullying it is easily hidden and easily denied and difficult to prove without independent witnesses and details of incidents. In this case you might need to become spy and detective.

Good luck!

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Why 2004 bmw x3 ac start smoking


Probably peer pressure...lol. Is it smoke or is it fog/steam? High moisture in the vents will do this. I should go away after a minute.

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My school has a block on everything for facebook; all the proxys and all. The tools, internet option, security tab didn't work either. I got to contact school administrator and such. I live very far...


Try using a proxy from proxy.org. Another way to get around it is to use google translate and translate the page from some language to english.

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