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How Family Member Can Deter Addiction In Adolescents
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brianburgess posted:
Families are the people who know teens the best. It is important that teens know that their families will always provide them with unconditional love and are available to them for open discussions. Families need to remember that teens are going through their own periods of turmoil and change both physical and hormonal which makes life a little complicated for them. During these trying times, they may be tempted to venture down the wrong path and without the love, guidance and support of their families; the wrong path may end up becoming a reality.
Adolescents should be able to trust their families with any kind of discussion. Families create a circle of trust that should provide the teen with a sense of security and emotional balance. At times, peers can be part of the problem, but only a loving and supportive immediate family can help teens stay away from troubled paths. Read More about Family Role in Deter Addiction in Teens
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