What are the four reasons teenagers are more prone to addiction today?
What are the four phases of addiction as a "feeling disease"?
What are the seven differences between chemically dependent adults and teenagers?
At which level of addiction do teenagers begin solitary use?
What are the four tasks of adolescence?
A. Polydrug use is higher among teens, the reasons teenagers use drugs are more internal, levels of use are harder to determine in teenagers, addiction happens more quickly in teenagers, emotional arrestment takes place earlier in teenagers, the delusional system in teenagers is more complicated, and teenagers have more "built in" enablers than adults.
B. Solitary use begins at level three, abuse.
C. The user discovers substance-induced mood swings, the user seeks a mood swing, harmful dependence, and using to feel ‘normal’.
D. We live in an instant-gratification society, the amount of advertising for alcohol and other drugs has more than doubled in the last 15 years, television has produced a passive generation, and alcohol and other drugs are available in all communities.
E. To determine a vocation, to establish personal values, to explore personal sexuality, and to establish personal authority.