|In addition, this might be a good time to talk to your teens about your family’s mental health history. Telling them that someone in your family has or had a substance use disorder can empower them to make wise decisions.
According to the Addiction Policy Forum, genetics account for half of a person’s likelihood of developing a substance use disorder. That is why it’s important for your children to know their genetic predispositions.
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