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Avoiding Peer Pressure

June 18, 2012 | 0 Comment(s)

Do you worry that your child might be saying “yes” when he or she should be saying “no?”

A child needs tremendous strength and good character to avoid the dangers and temptations that young people encounter in today’s society.

If you suspect your child is in with the wrong crowd, don’t wait until it is too late to help them build the character they need. A child who is insecure today is susceptible to negative peer pressure in the future.

Martial arts provide positive experiences for children, and offers tangible goals and rewards that help them stay focused.

Having strong, positive role models – from the instructors to the higher-ranking students – helps reinforce the values parents are working to teach at home.

We call it a black-belt attitude. It is both our goal – and our code of conduct.

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