Drugs and Alcohol

From casual use of marijuana to the heroin and opioid epidemic and prescription drug abuse, parents have a lot to worry about. Substance abuse can alter your child’s personality and brain chemistry and can derail their future. You might be wondering: How do I know if my child is using drugs? How do I talk to my teen about heroin? How can I help my child overcome prescription drug abuse?

These videos offer parental support and information on topics such as how to recognize the signs of substance abuse, how to handle heroin or opioid use, how to keep your child from abusing prescription drugs, what to say to your child who thinks marijuana is “no big deal”, and other ways in which you can help your child grow up with a healthy attitude toward drugs and alcohol.

What Exactly Is This Design Called the 12 Steps? Can It Be Summed Up Simply?

Michael Mark
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What exactly is this design called the 12 Steps? Can it be summed up simply in a way that’s understandable? How exactly do the steps help people, and what does it mean to “work” them?

The ultimate fallacy of this simple design is that it’s anything other than simple. This remarkably powerful design has been watered down and skewed in so many ways over the years that in most corners of the organization, it has become virtually unrecognizable in comparison to the revolutionary paradigm created by a small group of alcoholics in the 1930’s. Tune in to get a easily graspable bird’s eye view of what this singular design for living has to offer.

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