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10 Ways Parents Can Help Their Tween Resist Peer Pressure [Video]

As Boy Wonder reaches the homestretch of his 6th grade year, I find myself increasingly anxious about everything junior high entails. New kids, new pressures, and inevitable personal changes make this next chapter a pivotal time in my son’s young life.

While I tirelessly work to convince myself of all the good and positive things in store, I’d be remiss if I failed to do my part in helping my tween resist peer pressure.

Take a look at 10 things I’m doing as a parent to give my tween the best chance for a bright future.

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