Children’s interactions within their peer group are a vital indicator of their skills at managing social relationships. Some kids are motivated to have a few good friends, some like being a part of larger groups. Some are naturally aggressive and some are passive.

Children’s behavior with their peers is influenced by what they learn from their parents and siblings. If parents engage in coercive behavior, children are also more likely to do so. If parents teach their children empathy, they are more likely to be more caring of their friends.

Watch this video in which the renowned psychologist Mr. Robin Banerjee offers vital insights on the importance of peer group interactions in evaluating a child’s emotional well-being.

Credits: TedEd

Duration: 17min 59 secs

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Interpersonal relationship within a peer group says a lot about any child’s ability to manage relationships. It also tells the parents about the kind of example they have set. Do explore the video below to know how you can break free from an habit and follow your goals.

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