No parent likes to acknowledge that their teen has an addiction problem. The teenage years are years where experimentation occurs and teens many times try alcohol and drugs just to “fit into the crowd”. Most teens outgrow this phase, but some become addicted to substances rather quickly and develop a serious addiction. It can be difficult for parents to judge whether an addiction is present at first as all teens are moody and unpredictable as are addicts. The main factors to watch for, however, are:
They arrived slowly, conquered us with access to entire universes through a screen, and now it is difficult to live without them. Smartphones are in the hands of everyone, and although they have dozens of incredible features, addiction to cell phones is a reality that disturbs a lot of people.
10 tips to avoid cell phone addiction among children and the use of cell phone parental control app. Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels The Drug Addiction Assistance Foundation already has prevention programs for what it calls “substance-free problems.” And is that 25% of kids between 18 and 65 years re recognized as addicted to mobile according to a […]
The best ways to help your addicted teen. Addiction among teenagers today remains to be a problem. Statistics reveal that three million (3,000,000) high school students and six hundred thousand (600,000) middle schoolers smoke cigarettes today. While there are parents who argue that smoking is just a “phase” that teens have to go through, it […]