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Here are the top ten articles for the Addictions & Children Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. THE BIG PICTURE
The drug war has cost billions of dollars and yet our children continue to die.
2. Help your child quit stealing
Stealing, like every bad behavior should not be condoned or excused. If your kid or a family member is in the habit of taking things that do not belong to him, you should be concerned. Learn here how you can help them quit.
3. The Other War
The Drug War has caused our prisons to become housing for those who need medical help and treatment.
4. Being like the Cool Girls
Watch out for signs that your daughter is going through a personality crisis. Some of the bad habits they pick up may be because they feel the need to be accepted among their peers.
5. Teaching Your Kids To Be Accountable.
Accountability, Responsibility and Respect are three words that are not so far in meaning from each other.These words are as precise as the actions that accompany them. If we teach our children to take responsibility for their every action, they will be more careful how they live their lives.
6. How moms can help their teenage addicts
Despite our efforts as parents to give our kids the best upbringing, things still go wrong and we wonder where we have failed. It is sometimes even tougher on moms, especially where they are blamed for the poor turn-out of their kids. Here's a little help for moms.
7. An End To Mandatory Minimums?
In May of 2001 Representative Maxine Waters, Democrat introduced a bill that would halt mandatory minimum sentences from the federal criminal code.
8. Does Drug Prohibiton Fund Terrorism?
9/11 still exists in living color and sound. We are now fighting the war on terrorism along with the war on drugs.
9. Caution, Beware! Your House Guest is a Thief
A mother of an addicted child writes to her son and addresses his drug abuse as a house guest who is a thief.
10. What Can You Do To Help Drug Law Reform?
A document from Common Sense for Drug Policy answers the question, "What Can I Do?"
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