EXCELLENT post. When I was growing up I was fortunate that my Mum taught me from a young age about my body and to be comfortable with it and talking about it. This helped as I approached puberty and we discussed everything that that phase of life involves and I always knew I could go to my Mum with questions, concerns, etc. This open communication & comfort from a young age was valuable and I hope to do the same with my kids. I’m curious about the book included in this post & am going to look into it. Thanks Jessica & Marnie for tackling this subject so well.
It is not uncommon for individuals who are addicted to heroin to lie and makes attempts to conceal their habit. There are, however, a few signs that you can be on the lookout for , should you suspect that a loved one is struggling with a heroin addiction. Some common signs of heroin use include: