FACE ADVERSITY

Adversity, a noun which has been part of the English language for over 800 years, comes from the Latin adversus, literally "turned against"and figuratively "hostile or unfavorable." When things seem against you — circumstances or a stroke of bad luck — you are facing adversity.

INFLUENCE SOCIETY

Specifically, social influence refers to the way in which individuals change their ideas and actions to meet the demands of a social group, perceived authority, social role or a minority within a group wielding influence over the majority. Most of us encounter social influence in its many forms on a regular basis.