Parents Role in Child Drug Use

Parents Role in Child Drug Use

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  • John, We need to discuss drugs with Blake and give him facts about them.
  • Yes we do. It has been proven that parents DO have an influence with their children and the choices they make.
  • I wonder what Max is wanting to tell me about that new kid at school
  • Max, What did you want to tell me?
  • The new kid offered me drugs! What should I do?
  • He said his parents didn't care if he used drugs! 1
  • You should say "NO!" I am going to follow my parents rules and not let peer pressure get me involved in things that harm me.
  • Do you want to come over this weekend?
  • Sure!
  • I'm glad that we decided to join the softball team as both of our parents suggested. Sports are fun!
  • I'm staying away from the new kid. I want to have fun and stay away from bad influences.
  • I'm glad that Blake is inviting friends over this weekend. It's important for us to know his friends.
  • National Drug Use surveys show that children are already abusing drugs by age 12 or 13.
  • Yes, Blake is making good decisions. I'm glad that he knows that we care about the choices that he makes.
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