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The present study focuses on the relationship between peer pressure and psychological well-being. The results of the statistical analysis show that the peer pressure in adolescents is significantly and negatively correlated to their psychological well-being. Adolescents having a high level of psychological well-being and who are more satisfied in their lives are less likely to fall under peer pressure. Whereas adolescents who are more social and possess good interpersonal relations have a higher impact of their peers. Mental health and efficiency don’t have a significant impact on peer pressure. The results of gender analysis show that peer pressure level is higher in boys in comparison to girls.