Keeping Teens Safe Over the Summer and Other School Breaks
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When school lets out for the summer, parents may be concerned about the choices their teenaged children will make in their greater free time. It is right to be concerned. During the summer, the number of children who decide to try alcohol or drugs for the first time jumps up dramatically.
Parents definitely have their work cut out for them. It can be hard to know how to start in this task other than saying something like, "If you drink or smoke dope, you are grounded." It requires more than this.
To help parents approach this problem, Narconon International has published this guide for keeping teens safe over the summer--or over any school break. It's as simple as starting with the first tip and implementing each one, all the way through the tenth. This guide covers many actions taken by parents who succeeded in avoiding problems--as well as actions that parents wished they had taken.
Download this free booklet now, and forward it to your friends, church, your children's teachers, or anyone else who might need this valuable advice.