How To Talk To Your Kids About Sex Drugs And Alcohol

These are subjects you’ll want to talk about with your children before there is a problem. As a family, you can establish boundaries and consequences and come to a common understanding of what is acceptable.

Sex: According to Advocates for Youth, statistics indicate that children who talk to their parents about sex are less likely to engage in high-risk behavior, such as having sex without condoms. 70.6% of teens who reported they didn’t feel comfortable talking to their parents had sex by age 17-19. That compares to 57.9% of teens who reported a close relationship.

It’s true. Not talking to your children about sex isn’t that likely to keep them from doing it. But the opposite is also true. Talking to them about it, isn’t more likely to have them engaging in sexual activity. If it means having sexually active children behaving maturely, talking things out can only help keep our kids safer.

If you think your child is already having sex, chat with them about it. Don’t get angry, but approach it in a calm and reasonable manner. Talk to them about your experiences and be honest. If your child has a boyfriend/girlfriend and things seem to be getting serious, start the conversation if you haven’t already. Above all, make sure they are being safe.

Drugs & Alcohol: Many professionals agree that when parents talk to their kids about drugs and alcohol, those discussions are very likely to shape the child’s attitude about those subjects.

Before you talk to your kids – educate yourself. Check with your local school, library or even look online for the straight facts about drugs and alcohol. Simply telling your kids, “Drugs and alcohol are dangerous,” isn’t going to be as efficient as truly illustrating the very real dangers of substance abuse. Try not to lecture, listen to what your kids have to say and really talk about the issues.

As always, keep it casual. If you spend time with your teenagers and keep the lines of communication open, bringing up the subject is much easier.

Signs of Drug & Alcohol Use: Look out for these tell-tale signs that your child might be using drugs or alcohol:

o Loss of interest in family and other usual activities.

o Not living up to responsibilities.

o Verbally or physical abusiveness.

o Coming home late.

o Increased dishonesty.

o Declining grades.

o Severe mood swings.

o Big change in sleeping patterns..

Understand that a lot of the above signs, especially near the top of the list, could mean a multitude things. Teenagers who are depressed can act in similar ways. When approaching your child, don’t be accusatory. Try to connect with them and see what’s really happening in their lives.

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Sex, Drugs and Rock N’ Roll

You know you like this title because everyone likes this saying. “Sex, drugs and rock n’ roll,” is a mantra that introduces everyone to the idea to being a part of the “In Crowd”. The “in crowd” you ask? The “in crowd” that every one of us at some point has stood by and watched the “in crowd” at their local bar along with the best girls, the best parties, and the best after parties. Now just admit it, you’ve been pondering what it would be like to live this lifestyle even before I began writing this article haven’t you?

Well if you have thought about this before, you are sharing the same dreams of almost all other men that want a better, more fulfilling lifestyle. But first you need to break out of your shell and be free of all boundaries. Now think of the “you only live once motto,” then you will be half way there.

Tips to successfully be part of “That” crowd:

#1- Be the life of the party- Hard to do? Probably; the only purpose of this article is to force you to break out of your shell. So let’s think of a few methods…hmmm… Don’t be afraid of being social maybe?

Start talking to anyone and everyone at the bar!

Don’t get drunk but be a little loud instead. Strike up conversation with as many people as possible.

A bit expensive perhaps, but share the bill with your soon to be friends. Buy drinks for the people you meet and have good company with. The more open you are to new people, the more people you will meet. And the more people you begin to build friendships with, the more probable you will be introduced to the single woman “friends”. Women are attracted to men who know more people and project themselves as included with the so called “in crowd.”

#2 – Big Money, Money, Money, Money- But you ask what if I don’t have a lot of money? No problem. You don’t have to make a six figure income per year, but you must project the image of financial stability with money to blow. Just look at your rich friends or anyone you know who is rich. Observe what they do when they go out for a big night (or better yet you can just roll with them and reap the benefits). You will soon notice that they usually project a wealthy lifestyle with their hair cuts, clothing style, and so on. Usually one can find similar type apparel in a second hand store at a fraction of the price. I recommend Ross “Dress for Less”.

#3 – Nice clubs: HOT women! So you must consider upgrading your entrance to an upper class establishment. Sure a fancier club has it’s own share of setbacks as well…..financially speaking! Drinks are expensive and so are the Women. But to combat this, there are two things you must do:

Pre-game- We all overlook considering this, but due to a substantially high markup in bigger clubs, you will want to consider drinking a shot or two before you depart to save the thinning of your wallet once arrived there.
The Woman! Unfortunately we cannot save money on them, just like the saying goes, “you stay, you pay.” You have to open up the wallet when you’ve finally made it to the club in case you meet someone and eventually decide to buy her a drink.
In addition to this, you must learn to tip your bartender extra well for the first couple of rounds while getting to know them like they’re your best friend and like they are the best in the biz. Eventually you’ll notice the bartender mixing your drinks strong so you won’t be forced to buy as many. Just remember, if you’re in good with the bar tender, you hold a considerable advantage over the majority of your male competitors encountered at your local club or bar.

Overall, to be part of the “in crowd,” and to meet beautiful women, you must behave like you own the place. Socializing with everyone and working the crowd is a major factor in this situation. Representing an attention buff and looking like you can buy a drink for everyone is a great way to boost your success also. At the end of the night, you will be buzzing off of good vibes from meeting new friends and even more beautiful women.

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Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘N Roll: The Real Story

Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n Roll is a common dream that few will know; but many try and so the story goes, that there’s riches there in the backstage glow. But looking in subjectively, one must put down the cell phone, the remote and the Wii, for things in the spotlight are never what they seem- when it comes to the combination of these infamous three.

It’s a tempting image we’ve too often seen; fans by the millions who clamor and scream; for a glimpse, just a touch or a kiss on the cheek; there’s no shortage of groupies and their big rock-star dreams. So backstage they go to embrace beneath the sheets; neither star nor fan knowing if the other is clean. Just ask Freddy Mercury of Queen or the legend Easy E, or ponder the math of promiscuity. The more sex one has the more threats one will see; the chances for most are about 1 in 3.

Of course, the risk is increased when one factors in drugs, which diminish good judgment and moral aplomb. To this many a rock star can certainly attest, with unwanted pregnancies, herpes, syphilis and the rest.

But if the threat of disease isn’t enough, consider the sexual dysfunction that could be caused by drugs; with repeated use the good feelings fade – until sex feels like nothing and relationships become strained. Then all that’s left is to get high and play; but the music, like sex, is empty and grey.

This is the way so many rock stars go; they hide in the weed, the booze and the coke. They wait for salvation in the fame or the dough, but round and round with the drugs they still go. It’s a tired old story with so many names, of rock ‘n roll legends this disease has claimed;

Janis Joplin overdosed on heroin and Hendrix choked on his own puke – while passed out and delirious on ‘barbs and on booze. John Bonham from Led Zeppelin would likewise follow suit, and choke on his vomit after 40 shots of booze. Jay Bennett, from Wilco; lost to overdose, not long after Wes Berggren from Tripping Daisy died from cocaine and ‘benzos.

Steve Clark from Def Leppard, Kevin DuBrow from Quiet Riot, both died far too young from a cocaine-based diet. Slipknot’s Paul Grey died from morphine and pills, while Sublime lost their front-man to a heroin thrill. It was heroin too, that took Kurt Cobain and bassist friend Pfaff; the loss to the grunge scene marred its future and past.

Some groups have lost more than one member to the scourge of addiction, the call of drug abuse – The Pretenders, The Grateful Dead, Alice in Chains and The Who – were all scarred forever when their deaths numbered 2. But it’s not a problem isolated to just these few; The Temptations, Sex Pistols, AC/DC, Blues Traveler, Weezer, Mad Season, Avenged Sevenfold and Red Hot Chili Peppers all lost members too.

So it’s clear to the people and plainly we must see, that the image of fame is not presented impartially. And though the story won’t change and it’s long as it goes, there’s still the allure of Sex, Drugs and Rock ‘n Roll.

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