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Enforced Pressure: Higher Stakes

While some peer pressure is the result of others seeking validation for their preferences and lifestyle choices, at other times, it can arise from more villainous motives. 492 more words

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Dying For a Relationship by Rita Mae

I’m young and I love my job, but if I am having troubles in my personal life with my relationships it could jeopardise my employment and financial security.  868 more words


Enforced Pressure: They Really Do Want Me to Be Like Them!

Peer pressure isn’t limited to our own, internal recognition that we don’t quite fit. Sometimes, others really are trying to force us to conform. While this type of pressure doesn’t always take the form of outright bullying, the choices it sets before us and the scars it leaves behind can be just as uncomfortable. 513 more words

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What do working moms really need?

I recently attended my company’s long service awards. After 10 years’ service, I’ve now officially been declared as a piece of company furniture. :P

Nice gesture… 261 more words

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Further Thoughts on the "CEO Dads": Schireson and El-Erian

Change is more likely to happen when the new generation of men in positions of corporate leadership see work-family not as a theoretical issue or one that only effects women but rather as something they see as a real challenge in their own lives…

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Peer Pressure and the Workplace: Perceived Pressure Part IV

Over the last few weeks, we’ve discussed the dangers of “perceived peer pressure”. We’ve spent some time discussing why we sometimes feel pressured to conform, even when no actual pressure exists. 605 more words

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Peer Pressure and the Workplace: Perceived Pressure Part III

If we’re honest, most of us want others to like us and this should come as no surprise, since God designed human beings to serve as a support system for one another. 643 more words

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