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Like if there were a place you could go and just talk about your problems, that would be great. Not formal or anything. ” “These kinds of discussion groups are great. You have to be able to talk about your problems. Billboards don’t do anything. ” “Show me REALITY. That gets through. Show a family breaking up or something. The networks are afraid to show that stuff on TV. ” “Don’t hang with a bad crowd. ” Notes: From the comments, this group appeared to have personal experience with drug use.
You can’t live in peace here. ” “People get killed over drugs around here. And in school they sell drugs everywhere, in the hallways. ” “At Mission Park, they had a clean-up day, and they gave us rakes, towels, gloves for our hands. ” “People should stop being dirty and leaving stuff in the hallways. ” 4. They think that almost everyone does drugs. “Drug dealers make one person do it, and then they try to make the next person do it too. ” 5. Kids think adults are part of the problem. “Too much attention is putting it on the kids, the teenagers, because they ain’t the only ones doing it.
Some parents push kids. It’s cool in some families to smoke a joint every once in a while. Or they get their kids to sell them. ” “Everyone does it. ” 2. Why shouldn’t people do drugs? ” “It ruins your body. ” “My mom would kill me. She’d be so embarrassed and upset. ” “It’s a waste of time. ” 3. What would help people not do drugs? “Lots of programs, in school, at all grade levels. ” “Like if there were a place you could go and just talk about your problems, that would be great. Not formal or anything.
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