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To Communicate Effectively With Their Children About The Dangers Of Drugs"

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A parent thanked me for bringing Ginger in for such an important topic. Her daughter told her that, “You could hear a pin drop.” … Her daughter never had that reaction from any presentation at the school and that Ginger’s message got through to her.  - Principal William Egan, Wamogo Regional HS

“When I first came to my high school, I was appalled at the number of regular people that I was friends with that have smoked pot. Some of them are very religious and some are rebellious, but all smart kids that I would never suspected have at least tried pot are currently doing it. I felt very alone and at first scared, but then I kind of got used to it. I started to think that everyone was doing it. I didn’t want to do drugs, but felt if approached, I wasn’t in control. After hearing Ian’s story, I will never do drugs.” – High School Student

“It taught me questions to ask…I found out that, yes, they are offered drugs all the time.” - Parent

You should have at least two adults you trust and you can say anything to them. I was shocked on how his [Ian’s] friends didn’t say anything to you.” – 7th Grade Student

“I learned when I was reading your wonderful book [Sunny’s Story] that you can get addicted to drugs. You should not hide things from your parents, like the fact that someone offered you drugs.” - 6th Grade Student


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