Proactive parenting can help prevent drug overdoses.

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Proactive parenting and possibly preventing the next opiate overdose. Many parents today do not realize that their son or daughter are addicted to Prescription drugs or Heroin until it is too late. Young people today sometimes may think that the little pill they just took is harmless and do not understand how this can lead to a life of suffering or even possibly death. It is true that many parents are busy working themselves to pay the pills but communication with your children can make all the difference in their lives and could possibly give indicators of the red flags that lye ahead. These red flags may show if any of your children are heading down the road towards active addiction. If you haven’t had that conversation with your son or daughter about how easily it is to get addicted to substances today then it might be the day to have that conversation. This one conversation may be a life changing event for you and your children.

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