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Don't Be 'Tricked' By Your Teen This Month - It's Time To Talk With Teens About Drug and Alcohol Use
Date:10/23/2007

- TimeToTalk.org Provides Parents Timely Tips and Tools to Keep Youth

Healthy, Drug Free

NEW YORK, Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Today's teens have numerous methods to trick their parents and keep their social behavior secret from their home life. Everyday items such as cell phones, cameras and after-school gatherings and social functions can help teens shield their drug or alcohol use from parents and caregivers. And according to the Partnership for a Drug-Free America(R), many parents have a difficult time talking with kids about drugs and alcohol or having ongoing conversations on the subject. Today, it is crucial that parents never underestimate their teenagers, ask questions about friends and after-school activities and talk openly with their children about the risks of substance abuse.

The Partnership's new nationwide parent movement, Time To Talk(TM) (http://www.TimeToTalk.org) celebrates the tremendous influence parents have on the decisions their children make for themselves. TimeToTalk.org provides parents and caregivers with the resources they want and need to protect their children and understand their behavior. Maintaining an open dialogue with children throughout their teen years is a key component in keeping them safe, healthy and drug free.

Exclusive access to "Top Ten Ways Teens Trick Their Parents" and other useful tips to understanding and decoding teenage behavior are available by registering at TimeToTalk.org. Some cautionary behavior parents should look for include:

Sleep-Over Sneak Outs: Although you may be home when your teen has friends sleep-over, it's possible that while you're sound asleep your "guests" are sneaking out of your house to either walk somewhere else or be picked up in a car down the street to go to a party.

Turning Water into Wine: An old trick -- your teen steals alcohol from your liquor cabinet and then, if n
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