Facing Drugs is a small book from Australia, intended for the parent who is concerned about their child’s possible drug use. While it avoids the worst of the errors common in books of this class, it is relatively uninspiring and predictable. As usual, there is no acknowledgement of the possibility of illegal drugs being used with responsibility intent or purpose, and without significant harm, let alone with positive results. Not that we’d expect any different, but we can always hope. It ends up being a well-intentioned handbook that provides little in the way of actual information to the reader.
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