Do You Let PEER PRESSURE Dictate And Destroy Your Relationships? 

By Ange Fonce

Many men and women who get into a relationship do not get any privacy from their families and other forms of "peer pressure"... ie... an over bearing "parent" or an "interfering" friend. 

And such "peer pressure" can cause REAL problems in your own personal relationships... even to the point of "breaking" them up.

Here are 5 suggestions on how not to let "peer pressure" dictate the course of your relationships.

1... Get Into A Relationship For The Right Reasons...

Ask yourself why are you in your current relationship? 

Many men and women have "different motives" in getting into a "relationship" with someone. 

Regardless of the reasons... it is best to be "honest" with yourself and with the other person. 

If you are not "sincere"... then you will increase the chances of having your "relationship" constantly in the spot light. 

And "interfered" with by those who are more than happy to tell you...

"What you are doing wrong?" 

And full of "good advice?"

2... Watch What You Say...

Be careful on what you say when you are in public... the less you say the better. 

Families and your friends who are just plain outright "gossips" will be eager to jump on anything that raises any question marks. 

Be "discerning" and do not say anything that raises questions.

If you have "problems" with your relationship... go speak to someone who has no "vested" interest in your "relationship." 

An independent "3rd party" who is only interested in "helping" you solve your "relationship problems."

Not so called "friends" and "family" members who's "good advice" is to their agenda and will tear your relationship apart.

3... Do Not Give In To Peer Pressure...

Focus on what is best for you and your partner instead of focusing on what your family and friends want. 

You have to live your own life and make your own "decisions" on what is "best" for your "relationships." 

Learn how to not give into peer pressure. 

Learn to live your own life instead of trying to please everyone.

It is hard when families get involved... families and friends can be very "subjective" and take sides... and what started out as a relationships "problem" can quickly turn into a "relationship" and family WAR! 

Working on your "relationship" with your partner between yourselves... "benefits" your "relationship" in the long run.

And if you have a problem that is causing REAL difficulties between you both in your "relationship"... go seek the "help" of an impartial 3rd party who is "objective" and sees "both sides" of the issue and "mediate" for a "solution" that you can both "agree" on.

4... Learn From Your Experiences...

Many men and women make the same mistakes in their various relationships. 

Make it a rule that for every relationship that ends, find out what went wrong. 

Learn from your mistakes before getting into another relationship. 

This will save you a lot of heartache and money.

Divorce is not a "happy" experience for many men and women to live through and yet it can be full of "learning" to take forward with you so you do not repeat the same mistakes in your next relationship.

5... Do not Runaway From Your Problems...

Every relationship has its problems... so do not be surprised when problems arise in your relationship. 

Effective communication throughout your relationship is very important and will help you in the long run. 

If you make a mistake, remember honesty and integrity is the best policy. 

Hiding your problems and sweeping them under the carpet will only make the situation worse.

There are a countless number of people who made the mistake of letting families and friends interfere in their relationships. 

Who had a relationship that could have been saved... and was broken up by "peer pressure" by people who's only interest was to see your relationships "fail." 

If you are not sure of what to do, then talk to a professional who can give you advice... and will work with you to make your relationships better.

As mentioned before, live your own life... and live your own relationships.

Your family and friends DO NOT always know what is BEST for you.

Only YOU do.

As always... leave a man or woman all the "better" for "knowing" you.

Thank you and may you enjoy a Prosperous and Dynamic day!

Yours Sincerely

Ange is an  Author... Speaker... and Humanistic Counselling Psychologist and Dynamic Peak Performance Personal Development Consultant... who works with men and women on line and real world who desire to "personally develop" themselves and their "relationships" to become Dynamic Lifers... "creators" of their own life and wealth!

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