How do you discover that you have a son who abuse

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فاتن محمد

Jan 9, 2021, 12:28:08 PM1/9/21
How do you discover that you have a son who abuse

At home: an addicted teenager can do the following:

1- He avoids family members. 10- Get caught up in the bustling music.
2- He avoids meeting his parents' eyes 11- His eyes are red and he craves sweets a lot.
3- His mood fluctuates. 12- Sleeping a lot or staying awake for long hours.
4- Argue about anything. 13- He sneaks outside at night.
5- He ignores or deviates from the rules. 14- Receives suspicious phone calls.
6- He always rebels. 15- Run away from home.
7. Uses impolite language. 16- He goes through periods of low spirits
8- He tells lies 17- is against the law.
9- He surrounds his behavior with secrecy or exaggeration. 18- He may attempt suicide.

In school: An addict may be characterized by the following:

1- be poorly focused 7- be well known to management.
2- He lacks strong motivation. 8- He stops participating in forms of outside school activity.
3- The grades he gets are contradictory 9- He arrives late and misses some lessons.
4- Described as unable to learn. 10- Cheats, steals and smashes.
5- He blames teachers for the problems he faces. 11- It creates quarrels.
6- Does not respect authority. 12- Hanging around places where smoking is permitted.

For parents

If the parents notice that there are a number of these behaviors, there is a good chance that the son is already using drugs, as the situation is as follows:

1- They find it difficult to communicate with their son. 11- Each spouse blames the other.
2- They are not comfortable with his appearance. 12- They argue with the other about the son.
3- They are not comfortable with his friends. 13- They feel that the marriage is deteriorating.
4- They don't know his friends. 14- They are afraid to come home.
5- They are afraid of him or of being physically attacked on his part. 15 - They avoid staying with the family.
6- They notice the disappearance of money or valuables. 16- They find reasons to work late, and until weekly rest.
7. They find excuses for his bad behavior. 17- They overreact to outside activity.
8- They blame the school for the problems. 18- Sometimes one of them resorts to alcohol to forget problems.
9- They blame their son's friends. 19- They feel that they are powerless.
10- They blame the parents of their son's friends.

In addition to this, we also emphasize some observations that should be paid attention to:

1- The son appears asleep in his soul.

2- He feels an inexplicable state of pride.

3- There is abnormal behavior emanating from it.

4- Red eyes - they attribute it to smoking cigarettes

5- Use drops to clarify vision (eyes wide, rigid, swollen).

6- Spray is used to cover the smell of smoking.

7- Use frankincense or mint to cover the breath.

8- Aggressive behavior towards parents.

9- Negligence in performing the duties of family life and lack of motivation.

10- He sleeps for hours during the day (disturbed sleep, nightmares, sweating during the night).

11- He cannot sleep in the first hours when going to bed, but he can do so after the third hour.

12- He may feel chills or shake

13- He usually goes directly to his room when entering the house and closes the door behind him.

14- He sneaks outside the house through the window.

15- He loses his appetite, is absorbed by the trifle of food such as sweets.

16- He blames others.

17- The disappearance of some medicines at home: such as allergy pills.

18- Sore throat, cough, runny nose, asthma, chest pain.

19- The color of the face is pale and yellow, and skin spots may appear.

20- Slurred speech, difficulties in speaking, slurred communication.

21- Speak quickly or in a low voice.

22- Poor memory, poor concentration

23- Static facial expressions.

24- He lies a lot.

25- The disappearance of money or things that can be sold.

26 - Increased need for cash.

27- The presence of mortgage receipts in the clothes.

28- Poor performance in school and sports activities.

29- Itch, incense in the room, concealment.

30- Needle marks on his arm and leg.

31- Not paying attention to personal hygiene.

32- Wearing sunglasses at inappropriate times.

33- It is difficult for him to resist colds and infections.

34- Contact with known people from drug abuse.

35- Stomach and colon troubles.

36- Impaired sense of time.

37- Fatigue, nausea, tremors, sweating.

38- Severe anxiety sometimes accompanied by thoughts and obsessive thoughts.

39- Excessive smoking and burns of the fingers. (Are there heavy tobacco stains, burnt toes?)

40- Intoxicating drink: Young people used to using drugs use intoxicants to deceive their parents.

41- Chemical odors such as gum and carbonates.

42- Yawning despite enjoying sleep.

43- Rapid arousal, anxiety and general itching.

44- Movement: There is swaying, slowing down.

45- Finding pipes, razors, small tubes in his room.

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