Question: How do you stay away from drugs?

What activities do you participate in that keep you away from drugs?

Heres a list of some ways to have fun with friends while avoiding alcohol and drugs:Live Theater: Bike riding: Wedding Receptions: Visit a Museum: Take a Class: Send Poems to Friends: Volunteer at a Shelter: Make a Photograph:More items •Sep 26, 2017

What are 10 ways to say no to drugs?

10 Ways to Help Your Child Say No to DrugsBe a good listener. Make sure your child feels comfortable bringing problems or questions to you.Be available to discuss sensitive subjects. Be a good role model. Be straight on tough topics. Be media-savvy. Be helpful. Be positive. Be aware.More items •Oct 3, 2005

How do kids say no drugs?

3. Build their self-esteem. Help your child find something they are good at, give them encouragement and praise, and let them know you love them and are proud of them no matter what. A confident teen that knows that drugs can mess up their life will be more likely to stay away from them.

How do I teach my child to stop using drugs?

Encourage your child to:Hang out with people who do not use drugs or alcohol. Skip parties where your child knows drugs or alcohol will be present.Practice or role-play things to say to friends who might try to get your child to use drugs or alcohol. Get involved in drug-free activities.More items

How do you explain drugs to a 5 year old?

How to talk about itDiscuss the dangers in terms she can understand. Be approachable. Talk about good health. Teach her how to say no. Make sure your values are clear. Reassure your child that you approve of her.More items •May 3, 2019

What is a level 3 drug?

Schedule III Schedule III drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with a moderate to low potential for physical and psychological dependence. Schedule III drugs abuse potential is less than Schedule I and Schedule II drugs but more than Schedule IV.

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