When you think about your kids and drugs, think about keeping them from ever using recreational drugs. If you don’t, then you need to be thinking about getting expensive treatment for them after they become “addicted”! If addiction happens plan on losing your “wonderful child” and you watch them become a slave to the demon drug they are addicted too. You’ll probably watch them die a slow, sad death right before your eyes.
Today there is a series of overdose crises spreading like a wild fire. The world has dropped all resistance to using drugs of all kinds. It seems like everyone can’t get enough of their favorite drug. Both legal and illegal drug use is spreading across the globe. Everyone uses some kind of drug for a variety of reasons.
We see daily reports in the news media of opioid and meth epidemics breaking out everywhere around the globe. This overdose of opioids and meth leads to people dying from drug overdoses every day, everywhere.
The questions asked most often is – “What’s a parent to do?” “How do I help my children stay off of drugs?” “Who can help me?”
During my travels, experience and research I have become aware of massive lack of help for parents to work with their children at home. Sadly, most expect the government to do something for them. This approach has been proven to not work.
In the late 1950’s and early 1960’s it became popular for women to go to work and leave the child raising of their children to someone else. Now days it’s uncommon for women to “stay at home” and raise their own kids.
There are a large variety of reasons for this to have happened but the results are tragic to society. Children raised in child care facilities are disconnected from their parents through participation in the system. Parents are disconnected from their children and in later years of their life they often express sadness and a sense of loss about their children.
Many studies about this situation have been made and papers and books have been written and published about it. This has interested me for more than 25 years. I too have been separated from my children growing up and I too feel like I was left out of their lives. It’s a terrible feeling and I have discovered a way that I can help parents with young children stay at home and be a real family. The real secret is “there is “TRUE LOVE At Home”.
I am introducing “Life’s Legacy Pathway” family talking system for the whole family to use at home to bond together and design a family action plan for their family. This blog will be the platform of communication from me to you and many others who wish to have a normal family relationship with each other.
Sign up and become a subscriber to our NEW Newsletter “Walking Shoes”. The next few blog posts will introduce the program plus the “Kids Against Drugs Family Network” website has additional information about our new digital e-Course, Module One titled “How to Talk with Your Kids About Drug Prevention”. You can find it at this link.
I look forward to your joining us in this important international cause.
Respectfully, Michael J. Meredith,
Author, Publisher and Founder
Kids Against Drugs Family Network, LLC