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There are many different ways to deal with drugs drug abuse and there are wrong ways right ones It depends on how you look at it handle itMany young people experiment with drugs This is a fact of life There is no getting away from it we are a drug using society Many of us seek a easy way out solution for a variety of conditions both physical and emotional and alcohol and tobacco use is a big part in our societyDrugs are used for medical social or recreational reasons With this in mind it is easy to overlook young peoples drug use and certainly research reveals that in some areas over half of 1516 year olds have used an illegal drug Latest research findings however reveal a decline in drug use for the same age group in 1998 encouraging news for concerned parents and those working with young people We also need to remember that most drug use during adolescence is experimental and not associated with dependenceAdolescence is a particularly worrying time for parents and adult fears around drug issues should not be underplayed How should you as someone responsible for a young person prepare yourself to deal with issues which may arise with regard to drug taking Perhaps the most important point to stress is that as a parent mentor or friend you do not need to become an expert on illegal drugs but what information you do acquire should be as factual and up to date as possible There are many myths circulating about drugs and drug use Many of these myths are stretched by the media which tends to hype drug use Well-written easily accessible and free publications are available such as The Parents Guide To Drugs And Alcohol published by the Health Education Authority HEA Local drug agencies often have information for parents others and can often work with you if you have concerns or direct
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