Family | When should a young person’s behavior be worried about? Those who work with young people talk about three signs that parents should note

If a young person has developed a drug addiction and the parent has not noticed any signs of it, the alarm bells should really ring loud, says the expert.

From adolescence spoken of as an age filled with worries and difficulties, which may include intoxicants, excesses, confusion, escapism, and experimentation. In this story, four experts working with young people talk about how a parent can stay in touch with a young person and what things to worry about.


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