Firstly, I just wonder Why Turks do such a thing to their Kids!!!
Why don’t they have it in their Stupid Useless constitution? Instead of Banning Kurdish language
they should have Banned selling drugs to kids! What a logic Turkish Government have? Don’t you agree?
I think they need to the following Things:
Many times, teens don’t know exactly what they’ve taken or at what dose.
Unlike alcohol or marijuana, prescription drugs don’t emit strong odors, and signs of abuse are difficult to detect.
Unfortunately, there are no teen-proof locks that will keep teenagers out of the medicine cabinet. But there are ways to safeguard your family.
Let your children and grandchildren know the risks involved in taking prescription medication. Make sure all family members know the “no drug use” family rule includes non-medical use of prescription medication. Set consequences for breaking the family rules that you are willing to carry out.
If you are prescribed a medication that has the potential for abuse, remove it from easily accessible areas and put it in your personal space. Talking to kids about the dangers of drug use is not a one-time affair. The conversations must happen frequently. And, in the long run, these talks will work better than any locks.