Intervene with your Teen


Being a parent of a teenager is terrifying especially in this day and age. That’s because parents have a whole new slew of problems to look out for. It’s all thanks to technology. Social media has become so advanced that teens practically live on it. Unfortunately, that means that social media can really take a mental toll on a teenager. That’s why parents should always be keeping a watchful eye on their teen’s...

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Monitoring Your Medications

Monitoring Your Medications


Posted By on May 5, 2017

Do you have a teen in the house who is prone to drug use or even just curious about it? One thing you probably haven’t thought about that you need to think about is your medicine cabinet. Your medicine cabinet can be a plethora of drugs for the taking. Maybe you have cough medicine that can cause intoxication if too much is taken. Maybe you have sleeping pills from the last long flight you took. Maybe you have pain pills from...

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Underage drinking is one of the biggest issues facing parents today. Teens in today’s society are being exposed to alcohol more and more frequently. Because being a teenager is so difficult, the pressures of being a teen can cause many of them to try drinking. Alcohol poisoning, fatal car accidents, and other tragedies happen to teens in America every day, and many parents are terrified. So what are the facts about alcoholism...

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It’s perfectly natural to worry that your teen is using drugs. But how do you know that that’s what’s going on? We have compiled a list of eight questions you can ask yourself. 1. How does she look? Do her eyes look bloodshot? Does she look tired all of the time? Has she had drastic weight changes? Has she gotten lazy about personal grooming? These may all be indications that she is using drugs. 2. Is she having...

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It can seem overwhelming when you think about having a conversation with your teen about drinking. It doesn’t have to be, however. Your teen will be much less likely to partake in harmful underage drinking if you have an open and honest conversation with her about it.25 The most important thing you need to remember is to be open and honest. If your teen asks you a question you don’t feel comfortable answering, tell her...

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