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The idea of my kids experimenting with drugs gives me the heebie jeebies. I was recently at a community pool for my children’s swim lesson. It was 8:15 in the morning, and the jacuzzi was filled with teens (one of which was naked) smoking, drinking, and passing a joint. I do not want my kids to be in this scenario in ten years, which is why it’s so important to have an open dialogue about drugs now. But how do we begin? And what do we say, exactly? They’re still so young, and well. . . innocent. Do we even want them to know that such a thing like drugs exist? Breezy Mama turned to Steve Pasierb, President of The Partnership at Drugfree.org for answers.
At what age should we start having the “no drugs” talk? How do we begin this?
Conversations about drugs and smoking and drinking need to be happening midway through [Read more…] about How to Answer the “Did You Use Drugs?” Question