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Guide for families

Guide for families

Description of the chapters of the guide for families. Consult them and go to the summary for each one.

Adolescence is a fundamental stage in forming the personality.

Hormonal changes, all types of emotions and experiences… Knowing what being an adolescent involves helps understand their concerns.

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Parents and adolescents.

What goes on inside the head of an adolescent? How should parents react?

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Drugs are much closer to adolescents than you think.

The ease with which drugs can be attained can lead to confusion among adolescents and make them think that taking them is something common and normal.

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Talking about drugs helps our children have a responsible attitude.

Dialogue must be more than just conversation. Creating a space open to all types of ideas and doubts is key to understanding each other and approaching the question.

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How we should behave in case of possible drug-taking.

Understanding the reasons, the context, the setting and doing so in a natural way is basic for trying to get to the root of these situations.

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Our child is now an adolescent!

Realising that sons and daughters are no longer children is not always easy. Emotions can lead to conflicts which we must know how to deal with.

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Feeling loved and secure helps our children find the balance.

Providing guidelines and reasoning is the best way of creating a climate of protection and learning in the family setting.

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Taking drugs is always a risk.

Drugs always constitute a health risk and their consequences damage mechanisms of functioning as important as the brain.

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What can we do?

Useful advice for facing up to introducing prevention of drug-taking in children and adolescents.

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Ten questions to start the conversation with your children.

How do we introduce the subject without steamrollering or making adolescents uncomfortable?

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