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Last summer, Katie Brule’s friend called her and asked her to go to a party. Katie, 16, declined, but her friend wouldn’t take no for an answer and Katie caved in. At the party, she felt pressure from those around her to drink alcohol so she downed a couple of beers.

Then the police showed up. Before Katie knew it, officers were giving her a Breathalyzer test to see how much she had had to drink. She failed the test and was arrested. The police handcuffed her and put her in a police cruiser.

What Katie succumbed to is called peer pressure. Peer pressure is when teens allow their peers--kids around their same age--to influence their decisions and behavior.

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