As a parent you are trying to do everything right. Showering your kids with love balanced with discipline all with the hopes your child will grow up to be an emotionally healthy adult. But then come the teenage years and for some its a turbulent time. During the stressful years some teens fall into a world of substances to help them cope and manage. Dr. Behrooz Bernous a mental health and family law consultant explains why teens turn to drugs and what parents can do to help.
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