Drug trends among teens and young adults today are “not your father’s Oldsmobile,” so to speak. The whole scene has changed. We continue to have problems with commonly-used mind-altering substances that have been around for a long time such as opiates, marijuana and hallucinogens. Today, however, we add to this list increasingly bizarre practices such as consuming embalming fluid, along with numerous synthetic drugs and … Continue reading What’s Going On With Teen Drug Trends ?
Kids are not immune to addiction. It’s quite the opposite. They are vulnerable and more emotionally unstable these days than ever, and for for many reasons – all having to do with the breakdown of the traditional family structure and society. There is also a great deal of stress from the outbreak of school shootings. They go to school not knowing what will happen, when … Continue reading How Do Kids Get Started with Opioids?
Childhood & Personality Development are NOT NOT NOT Diseases! Allow Your Children to Experience Emotion, Right & Wrong, and the Effects of Balanced Discipline! If I could play any part in stopping this, I would have parents arrested for child abuse for medicating their kids! Personally, I do NOT believe in ‘mental illness’. There are personality disorders stemming from bad parenting, no parenting, abandonment and … Continue reading Well Over 8 Million U.S. Children Are Being POISONED By Psychiatric Drugs. Parents Are Allowing their Innocent Children to be placed into Chemical Restraints!
The path to healing is best paved with tough love, kindness and respect. The first and easiest way to cause someone in addiction to put up a wall between you and himself or herself is to call them an addict. The word ‘addict’ is dirty, low, degrading and classifies that person as something other than a human being. No one should ever be defined by … Continue reading Should You Call Someone A Drug Addict or Alcoholic? Seriously!
New York Teen Challenge announced today that it has proposed to the federal government and President Trump a faith-based initiative asking the federal government to recognize faith-based programs and establish a faith-based administration to allocate funding for “Beds and Buildings” to help combat the Opioid Crisis. Jimmy Jack, president and founder of New York Teen Challenge, along with New York Yankee baseball legend Mariano Rivera … Continue reading Could This Christian Rehab’s Faith-Based Solution to Drug Crisis Change America?