I had the same problem with a good friend of mine and her issues with Drugs. In the end I couldn't stop her, she's her own person and had to make her own decisions.
Just explain to your friend that she doesn't have anything to prove to anyone. It sounds to me like you should take her some place for lunch or dinner and just explain to her very rationally that when it comes time to graduate all those stoner and potheads will be moving towards the community colleges, and when she gets to a University she won't have anything to prove to anyone.
Tell her to just bide her time.
Pethegreat;3383328 And a 15 year old who does not have clue about drugs will rember to do that?[/QUOTE] Meh, I'm 21 and didn't remember that when I decided I just had to try getting drunk once (and that was just ~0,25%, didn't feel much until the next day)...
[QUOTE=rabid midgit;3385180]well, she has always trusted me with everything. she would always come to me about her problems and i always did me best to help her. and she came to me about this to. and i gave her my opinion and she just stopped listening to reason. she wont tell me why she wants to do this, no matter how many times i ask her. and when i try to talk to her about it, she just shuts me up.
but i really am under the impression that someone is pressuring her to do this. and she is planning on doing it at her friends party. since i dont know her friends (she is a freshman, i am a sophmore) i cant go to keep an eye on her. i really feel stuck between a rock and a hard place
She is 14 then? And starting to use drugs? :uhm: I'd figure you better let her do it once then, perhaps you could ask her if you could come with her even though you don't known any others there, if she refuses you might still feel a bit better if something happens to her?
If she starts using drugs more, tell her parents and forget about her. You don't really need a druggie, now do you?