Ep 256 Explicit vs Implicit Peer Pressure

The topic of peer pressure has come up a lot lately, probably since we are full in the holiday season.

This episode, I define the difference between Implicit pressure and Explicit pressure.

Most of us experience Implicit pressure the majority of the time.

This is the peer pressure where it’s more an internal pressure about fitting or or being left out.

Explicit is the obvious, spoken words of someone suggesting we should drink.

Tune in and see what kinds of peer pressure you experience most and what you can do about it!

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