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I can’t get the images from this site out of my mind… but I’m still glad I saw them.
I literally sat stunned and watched each horrific video ad.
I prayed for all the children and their mothers whose lives have been destroyed by Meth. I prayed that when my girls reach Jr. High, I’ll be equipped to help them avoid making the mistake of using such devastating drugs. I prayed that every day until then, I will be able to help them grow into strong, secure girls who will say “not even once”.
If your children are nearing 12 or 13 years of age or older… I think you might want to take a look. I know if my children were old enough to go to parties on their own, I’d sit down with them and read through the stories on this site.
Meth is everywhere. I remember one young teenage girl telling Janice that it was easier for her as a 13 year old girl to purchase Crystal Meth than it was for her to purchase cigarettes.
I think it would be helpful for us as moms to share our experiences and hopefully we can learn from each other.
Have you talked to your kids about Meth and other drugs? If so, how did the conversation go? What did you say and how did your child respond?
Have you found any helpful websites, books or other resources that can help parents figure out what to say to their children to effectively warn them about drugs?
Do you have any personal experiences that you’d like to share to help other moms?
Please leave a comment on this post and let us know. If you want to share a longer story, feel free to write about it on your own blog and then link to it here in the comments.
Let’s work together to help keep all kids away from Meth.
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