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As kids get older, keeping them safe can get complicated. While separating from parents can be healthy, teens are notorious for bad, sometimes dangerous decisions. Parents face a troubling dilemma: Do the dangers of teen drug abuse override the right to privacy? When should parents snoop on their teens?

Our President, Steve Pasierb, and Kim Manlove, Co-chair of our Parent Advisory Board, offered their expert advice, prominently featured in this article published this week on WedMD.

1 Response to this article

  1. joebanana / July 6, 2011 at 1:44 pm

    Let me give you some insight from an ex-teen. Thanks to the war on drugs, availability of any kind of mind altering substance, except alcohol, was better than Wal-Mart. Tax free too. The war on drugs opens up the market to kids, enriches the cartels, and prison systems, while giving the IRS the screwing they deserve. The blatant lies, misinformation, and propaganda presented by government, along with their idea that a medical condition, is a criminal act, because they say so, is what’s causing the harm in America. Letting the Mexican cartels set up shop here isn’t helping either.

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