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Thursday, January 29, 2009


Parents should help their teens with a structured approach to make teens to understand the consequences of the disorders. Most of the parents are looking for a help which helps them and their teens to recover in a healthy manner. Gathering more information on teen drinking helps parents to take quick actions with in the time. Share your thoughts and get answers for your teen drug or alcohol addiction problems.

I agree with that. because adolescent is more prone to addiction because of their age they being curious is so many things. Thats why it is better to guide them and explain to them the possible causes when they drink alcohol.


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