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September 14 2011 Addictions & Children Newsletter


Hello and thank you for your interest in the addictions and children site. I am your new editor for this site and I'm happy to meet everyone. We clearly have one thing in common, our passion for children. Addiction is a worry for every parent and should be a concern for every citizen as well. Our children donít just set out to do drugs; something or situations lure them to it. I have for this reason decided to attack this problem from a preventive stance. Prevention is always cheaper than cure.

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Neglect is Tougher on Children
Neglect is tougher on children. A child who feels unloved or unwanted, would naturally feel there is something wrong with him or her, and would do all h/she can to win some attention.

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art60445.asp

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Chinedum Ify Obikili, Addictions & Children Editor
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