Those two words are usually associated with the teen years.
When you see your neighbor’s new minivan, does it make your old beater look even worse?
When you hear all the activities your best friend has her kids involved in, do you feel like maybe you’re a loser parent because you don’t have your kids involved in any activities?
Do you struggle when you hear about how the family down the street went to Disneyworld during Christmas vacation and you can’t figure out how to afford a camping getaway for three days?
Have you decided to limit the number of activities your kids do, but question if it’s really the right decision?
Do you say no to volunteering more often than you say yes, but feel guilty doing so?
If so, you have come face to face with adult peer pressure.
Several years ago, I had the privilege of interviewing with Dr. James Dobson on the Living With Less So Your Family Has More book Mark and I wrote.
I just learned yesterday that they are re-airing the interview today and tomorrow! Need some encouragement on standing up to adult peer pressure? You can listen online today!
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