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Nowadays one can hardly open a newspaper without seeing on article on drug abuse among teenagers Sadly as it is this kind of social evil has driven more and more youngsters to nowhere but cruelty and crime The first and foremost step towards any possible solution I feel is to point out the causes that lead to this problem Some of them can be low-esteem lack of parents attention and influence from bad friends To begin with teens often begin using drugs because of low-esteem This is party a psychological matter since teens are especially sensitive during adolescence At this very period there are too old to be children and too young to be adults There are times when teens feel so confused and be wildered to act properly or have no idea how to act their age As a result many of them take refuge in drugs thinking that this is a way to reduce tensions to divert worries and above all to enhance pleasures Especially teens with some problems like a broken family or abusive and violent parents will soon turn to drugs Simply enough drugs help them to escape reality or that dreadful reality as they may think Another reason for drug abuse is obviously the lack of parents attention Very often both parents in many families works outside the home They hardly have much time if any to pay attention to their childrens needs Therefore un properly guided by parents teens are more easily misled Otherwise they will have at least second thought before using drugs rather than jumping at it at first glance Whats more after a period of time parents may not be aware of the warning signs that their children show before its too late Worse all the effect may be irreversible Influence from bad friends also contributes no in small part to drug abuse You need not to be an expert to realize that the only wish
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