Princeton University in New Jersey to Host Upcoming Lecture A psychologist who works with teens afflicted with substance abuse is concerned about the wholesale legalization of cannabis and cannabis products. He writes extensively about the role marijuana plays in social and individual chaos. His perspective is an important one in the legalization debate, as he
A Three Week Online Course Starting TODAY September 25, 2017 Designed for Those Dedicated to Addressing the Problem of Recreational Drug Use and Addiction in America NOTE: An online course on The Harmful Effects of Marijuana Use and Public Policies Approaches Addressing the Challenges is being offered September 25, 2017 – October 15, 2017 and
A Life Half Lived–The Chase Rodgers Story My wife, Kim, and I knew early on that our first son, Chase, was going to be a very active child. It seemed that he kicked, squirmed, and wiggled non-stop in Kim’s belly. Chase was small, but excelled at sports because of his great hand-eye coordination, speed, agility,
A mother shares her son’s story about his marijuana regrets.
There is a bag from a pot shop in a pile of stuff belonging to my 18-year-old, who has been kicked out of the house due to unacceptable behavior. Here are some facts: • He has been smoking marijuana almost daily for over four years. • At no time before he began smoking marijuana was
In 2009 when Colorado legalized ‘medical’ marijuana my son was 14. He was an excellent student and athlete, playing soccer, basketball, and track. Things began going downhill for him very quickly. Unbeknownst to me he tried weed with a soccer team friend, and was soon addicted. He started hanging out with new friends who were
The John Ross Loria Story by Cathy Banks My son, John, adopted at birth, was born to a marijuana-addicted woman. I was told then that, because of his prenatal exposure, John would always be an addict. I was horrified, but as soon as I thought he could understand, I tried my best to drive the