Teens’ struggles with peers forecast long-term adult relationships

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ScienceDaily: Addiction News
Teens’ struggles with peers forecast long-term adult relationships
Teens’ struggles to connect with their peers in early adolescence while not succumbing to negative peer influences predict their capacity to form strong friendships and avoid serious problems. In a longitudinal study, researchers followed 150 teens over a 10-year period to learn about the lasting effects of peer struggles in early adolescence. They found establishing social competence in early adolescence involves negotiating conflicting goals between peer acceptance and autonomy with regard to negative peer influences.

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