Another benefit to teaching students how to drink properly is that by showing them they can have a good time while drinking moderately they will be less likely to binge drink and get blackout drunk which can, in many cases, be extremely harmful or even fatal. Students can learn from their parents and begin to gauge how drunk they get after a certain amount of alcohol so they can prevent getting blackout drunk. At the same time parents can monitor their children and their drinking habits. If the parent suspects their child might have a problem then immediate action can be taken. Another added advantage is the communication
Teenage Drinking and Its Effects on the Development of Alcoholism Later Teenage drinking is something that goes on every day. No matter how many videos you show to kids about drinking they will still drink. Surveys show that the average teen seventeen and up spends $475.00 a year on liquor, mostly beer; that's more than books, soda, coffee, juice and milk combined. Most parents don't know about teenage drinking unless they catch their kids doing it. Parents usually say "oh, my my kid would never do that ", and they're the ones whose kids probably drink more that the average teen.
A boy who helps out in the house but then he stops; can also be seen as rebellion. Teenagers rebellion can be both beneficial and harmful to a teen's maturation process. During teen's maturation, parents should be more focused on their children because they have a lot of questions about adult life. Normally, teenagers are naïve to see their own consequences. It is okay to make mistakes, but not the mistakes that can make you regret in the future.
When people drink alcohol when underage, they will do it in a place where it’s not supervised, that will lead to binge drinking, which is a huge problem with students who don’t know how to act responsibly, because they might not have experience or know the effects and dangers of drinking a lot. Demand will always create supply, so if there is demand for alcohol for undera... ... middle of paper ... ...be responsible will help a lot. This class should be mandatory for everyone, because it can reduce the fatalities that happen while being drunk. I also think that a parent should also teach their kid how to be responsible for their acts, drinking is a serious issue that should be taken seriously. No one should even drink without knowing the consequences, specially drinking unsupervised.
Most people agree and strongly recommend that in order to drink, people should have a higher age of initiation and maturity because of the damages posed by drinking, which they lost themselves in alcohol. Like example, citizen need to be legally 21 to purchase a handgun , gumble in a casino or adopt a child. In which they have grown and know what they are doing by using their brains. Instead of doing it first then thinking afterwards, which always lead to bad result for themselves and for others. Furthermore, It also prevent kids who's being bullied or have a negative life, whichever they lack of experience to handle, away from alcohol.
They tend to gulp alcohol in large quantities on occasions when they could obtain it. Martinez 12 One reason why kids are misbehaving themselves when it comes to the consumption of alcohol is because of what they see from their parents. Children watch t... ... middle of paper ... ...ould do the same thing too. Not only that it teaches their kids a lesson about drinking in a responsible manner but also when they grow up they would understand how to control their behaviors when they're around alcohol. Because American young adults have the right to almost do anything legal in the United States, they will have that mindset that they can do whatever which involves drinking.
Constant exposure to violence or sexual references could destroy the mind of children under aged as they become accustomed to these themes, therefore they might consider violence or sexual abuse acceptable in society. As a consequence, children with this mindset might grow up to be druggies or perverts if their addictions fail to disappear. I believe people should just take age limits seriously to prevent the lives of children from being poisoned by age restricted material, allowing them to have a more successful future. Employers tend to hire mentally and emotiona... ... middle of paper ... ...tors in order to progress. It may not occur to some people, but the world's population is dramatically increasing.
If more time and effort was put into teaching teenagers the rights and wrongs of alcohol in school, they will be able to make better decisions. If parents showed through examples of what proper alcohol consumption looks like on a regular basis, then we might be able to stop this abuse trend. It might not happen in our life time, but if we start now statistics show that there could be a dramatic drop if we just tried. Were not in a situation to stop it, but in a situation to control it better.
If an officer was to see them they would have consequences for breaking curfews.Laws being enforced is not a bad thing to do to teens it can safeguard them. Teenagers try to grow up so fast and try to be in a grown up place that they are not ready for , and make very unintelligent moves. How many teenagers get kidnapped while being out late? How would that mother or father feel if it was their teen? Would they now wish they stayed in that night or they had rules that prevented them from going out that night ?
to the situation I am in, and say no! Since 8th grade is a transitional year it’s even more ethical to have this program, so students can make healthy choices in the high school. You can use your powers of persuasion, to persuade students how dangerous drugs, tobacco, and alcohol really are and that you are risking your health doing it. Once you try it you can become addicted to it, and your life will become apathetical, your dream and goals will no longer be there on your side. Would you want to see our youth go down the wrong path?