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MrFancypants Forum Administrator

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#11 14 years ago

Just try to talk her out of it. Tell her that giving in to peer-pressure is not a clever idea, those people have a higher probability of getting addicted.




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#12 14 years ago

There are two main reasons people take drugs. They either do it to fit in or to be different. Maybe she has a thing for one of your school's potheads. If i were you I would ease off her before you loose her. Friends are like a bar of soap. The more pressure you put on to hold them the more of a chance they're going to slip out of your hands. Then you end up bending over to retrieve that friend and God turns your life into a playground.




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#13 14 years ago

Right im a year younger than you, but anyway definatly don't be pushy about it tell her how you feel and thats really all you can do.




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#14 14 years ago

There are two main reasons people take drugs. They either do it to fit in or to be different. Maybe she has a thing for one of your school's potheads. If i were you I would ease off her before you loose her. Friends are like a bar of soap. The more pressure you put on to hold them the more of a chance they're going to slip out of your hands. Then you end up bending over to retrieve that friend and God turns your life into a playground.




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#15 14 years ago

http://www.talktofrank.com/home_html.aspx See if this is of any use. Try and talk to your or maybe her parents about it as they might be able to give you some advice. Just talk to others about it and see what they say.




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#16 14 years ago

The most you can do right now is to talk to her and explain how you feel about her decisions.




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#17 14 years ago

I can understand you might not want to tell an authority figure. So here's what I'd do- tell her about all the problems that can come from drugs, talk to her in a serious and sensible way. Don't be angry or forceful. That may just increase her resolve to do drugs. If all else fails,m and she does drugs for a while, you must tell an adult. No other way to get around it.




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#18 14 years ago

if you cant stop her, then just be there when she does it. make her do it in her room and be their. you can even ad a little extra effect if she dousnt remember by messing up her room. itll make her say, omg




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#19 14 years ago
Bob L. Scrachy;3382431There are two main reasons people take drugs. They either do it to fit in or to be different.

Is this your opinion or a Wikipedia fact or something? because you are wrong. Why do some people drink a glass of wine? To fit in or be different? Or are you mainly talking about teenagers? That I will give you. But please don't speak for adults. That's of course, if you are just talking about weed (which is the drug at hand here I believe)




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#20 14 years ago

If she wants to drink, let her. Concidering she is 15 and it is first time drinking, she won't know what she is doing. She will wake up with a hangover and know not to go that far again.

You can't do much to change her mind. I just say leave her and move on. It is not worth it to try to stop her. If she wants it bad enough, she will do it regardless of what she says.

I tried to convice a friend of mine to stop smoking. She did not take my advice on why to quit, and some other issues came up. I just cut of what little relationship I had with her and moved on. It was her choice to smoke, but she did not try to stop smoking even when I was around.