Find out which drugs your child might have access to, what they look like, how they are taken, how each drug makes the user feel, warning signs of each kind of drug, where to look for drugs, and how to look for drugs (even with sneaky teens.)
Drugs will interrupt the ability to focus. Kids that are using will have trouble completing assignments and will likely develop an “I don’t care” attitude.
Drugs are often used as a coping mechanism. If your child is withdrawing they could be trying to mask an inner pain and hide the way they are trying to cope.
Some drugs will keep the body awake for long hours and then when the affects wear off- the body will need long hours of sleep to recover.
Drugs can make kids believe that personal hygiene isn’t important and they could start developing sores.
⭐ A description of the most popular drugs on the market, including photos.
⭐ How different drugs make the user feel.
⭐ How different drugs are typically consumed.
⭐ Warning signs and symptoms.
⭐ A step-by-step video guiding you HOW to search for evidence.
⭐ Descriptive photos, so you know exactly what you are looking for.
⭐ AND a video guide that simplifies the process!
Because I’m a parent too and some things are just not about money. I don’t want any parent to suffer watching their children be torn apart by drug use.
I know these can be scary thoughts, you may even be thinking, “Not my kid!”, or “My kid would never do drugs!” But sticking our heads in the sand and ignoring a potential problem never helped anyone.
If you suspect your kid might be on drugs you need to understand what’s going on so you can take the first steps towards helping them!
Or if you’re the type of parent who likes to be prepared before a problem presents itself, this is a perfect place to start.