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How Marijuana Affects Kids

January 2nd, 2015

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Have you ever considered the dramatic affects of your child smoking marijuana on his/her brain? If so, you’ll know that this is a serious mental health issue because of the devastating lasting mental health consequences affecting your child’s brain. Health and medical professionals have proven (teen addiction facts) slow cognitive development and bipolar mental disorders are common among teens(teen drug addiction) using and abusing marijuana. Additional consequences of teen marijuana use include: addiction, failing out of school or college, inability to be hirable and even suicide for addicts how suffer from marijuana induced bipolar mania.


Learn more about our why kids smoke marijuana.


So what do you do? Many people have found success by using a qualified dug and alcohol addiction counselor. But there are a few things you should know before you hire and implement a drug addiction consultant to ensure your child stops smoking marijuana. This post will tell you what you need to know to make sure you select a highly affective counselor that will let you successfully end your child’s marijuana use.


Now that you know the tragic affects of teen marijuana abuse, you’re ready to hire a qualified addiction interventionist to begin a teen intervention without worrying anymore about your child’s addiction to marijuana ending tragically.


Call for a free consultation if you child suffers from drug addiction at 1-844-435-7371.




Chris McDuffie


Chris McDuffie is the CEO and Senior Drug and Alcohol Counselor of Turning Point Addiction and Recovery Services. A company that provides the nation’s leading therapeutic counseling service for Parents and Employers. Chris is a retired high school principal having served in New York, New Jersey and California. He is also a certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor and an IECA Educational Therapeutic Placement Consultant.

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