In SummaryCan you help me find my locker?Who should I ask for help?I cant find my assignment?What are my talents and hobbies?Can you email my teacher?Why cant I go to her house?Mom, can I talk to you?
essure. Parents can offer suggestions for what to say, such as, No, thanks, cigarettes are nasty, or Im in training.Or, if they dont want to sound like they are rejecting their friends, they can say, I need to think about it. This can buy him or her time, and the immediate pressure of the situation will eventually disappear. Similarly, kids should know they dont have to say anythingthey can just walk away. [AX8-9, AZ73, Y2, X78-81,86-7]SourcesGrowing Up Drug-Free: A Parents Guide to Prevention, U.S. Department of Education/Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program. 1998.Schaefer and DiGeronimo, How to Talk to Teens About Really Important Things. 1999.
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