Not Getting Anywhere Talking to Your Child About Their Drug Use? Try Changing Your Tone of Voice. [VIDEO]
It’s hard to talk to your kid using drugs. But by shifting your tone of voice, you can build a bridge to a more productive conversation.
“Why can’t my child just stop using drugs?”
Many parents ask themselves this question. But as more and more scientific studies are confirming, the drugs that your son or daughter is using are actually creating changes in his or her brain. So, in a way, your child is not the same person he or she was before using opioids.
Watch experts Adam Bisaga, MD, a Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, and Alicia Murray, DO, a Board Certified Addiction Psychiatrist, discuss the changes that occur in the brain when heroin, prescription pain pills or other opioids are used, and how they can make your child think only about the drug:
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