How can you monitor your teenager about drug, smoking and other risky behaviors?
How can you make sure that your children are not into risky behaviors? How to monitor them in a way that they will not hide something from you and the more it is difficult monitoring them?
Drug test them every single month. Make it random. If they are smoking or drinking? Wait up for them, You will be able to smell it on them.
Surprise drug and alcohol tests. Just randomly do it during the month, if you find that they're doing it then report them to the police.
After being confronted about illegal substances in their body by a police officer with a badge, gun, and handcuffs they'll more than likely be too terrified to keep it up. (don't stop of course, severity of punishment means nothing without certainty)
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