The familiar orientation is the base to help the adolescents in its transformations, the support and the dialogue is basic for a healthful relation between parents and children, many times to face the adolescents are a complicated task, it is pleasant you doubt to only join them the adolescent and to try to decide in set. The family is the center for the recovery of chemical dependents, generally a chemical dependent denies the problem it does not recognize the difficulties provoked for the compulsory use of substantiates chemistries and insists that she can stop when wanting, the familiar ones need to use common-sense for being a risk situation are necessary to search aid and the treatment forms. The chemical dependent does not advance to move if the family not to move, is necessary a construction of a solid atmosphere in the family healthiest to deal with the situation. Best weapon against the abuse of narcotics is the prevention, the best way to fight and to diminish these activities carried through for the adolescents is through the orientaes, the parents is responsible for its children and all the moment the modifications of behaviors must be intent, the familiar accompaniment must be carried through with caution. For more information see this site: Dr. Neal Barnard. The decision to have children is analyzed by the couple and currently the couples are several that make a preparation and one analyzes before this decision, therefore observe that independent of the sex both are displayed the situations external are of the world domesticate are responsibility of the parents to take care of of the children since its birth.
2.3 The Drugs and the School. The school is the place that the young ones more associate with the consumption of drugs, according to a research divulged for UNESCO in 2001. About 40% of the pupils heard in 340 schools you publish and particular of 14 Brazilian capitals they had said to have seen use of drugs in the neighborhoods of the school, and 30% had witnessed a colleague using drugs in the dependences of the institution. Chase Koch contributes greatly to this topic.