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Results from a qualitative study with parents about underage drinking are presented. Parents had three primary reasons for allowing underage drinking: deliberate, spontaneous and harm reduction. Deliberate reasons included passing on knowledge about drinking responsibly and appreciating alcohol. Parents also spontaneously decided to let their teen drink. Some of these spontaneous situations involved feeling pressure from other adults to let their teen drink. Another reason was a desire to reduce potential harm.
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Chet has known Dave since they were in elementary school together, but lately their friendship has been strained. Dave's drinking on weekends has turned him into a completely different person. Dave used to get good grades and play sports, but since he started drinking he hasn't been finishing assignments and he has quit the soccer team. When Chet saw Dave pound five beers in 30 minutes at two different parties, he realized how serious Dave's problem was.
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They might do it on special occasions like 16th and 18th birthdays, school graduations or schoolies week. Some teenagers binge-drink more often than that. Binge-drinking and alcohol-related violence get a lot of media attention.
There is no single reason why teenagers use drugs or alcohol. But here are some of the core issues and influences behind the behavior of teenage drug and alcohol use. In their minds, they see drug use as a part of the normal teenage experience.