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Unformatted text preview: Final As we grow are surroundings, peers, and everything around us change. Our knowledge grows, and our morals and behaviors change. Everyone deals with behavior changes in social situations. The changes differ per person and per situation. An example of a situation would be a straight A student without many friends. This student was known as a good student who never got in trouble. This student wanted to fit in, and to have friends. The person started to do drugs to fit in with a certain crowd. In the beginning the student kept up their grades, but as the person spent more time with the bad crowd their grades began to lower. The student thought the choices they were making were good choices since her home environment was similar. The parents of this student were addicts, both addicted to heroin. The person also began to skip classes, and do other illegal activities. After several months the student convinced their new friends to try heroin. In this scenario, it shows that peer pressure can alter convinced their new friends to try heroin....
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