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True to Yourself. Know the facts about alcohol. Know what it can do to
you, and what the results of partying can be. Alcohol is a
poison that affects your body, your mind and your feelings.
In the short-term, alcohol can:
you to use poor judgment
you to take unhealthy risks
you look stupid in front of your friends
the long-term, alcohol can:
your learning ability. Research indicates that kids who abuse alcohol
may remember 10 percent less of what they have learned than those who
your risk of lifelong problems with alcohol. More than 40 percent of
kids who begin drinking before age 13 will develop addiction or alcohol
are some one-liners to help you when offered alcohol:
NOT my thing.
thanks. I have better things to do!
dont feel like it do you have any soda?
you talking to me? FORGET it.
do you KEEP pressuring me when Ive said NO?
are some other things you can do:
to your parents about alcohol.
let ads trick you into thinking alcohol is OK for you.
ride in a car if the driver has been drinking alcohol.
to your coach, teacher, counselor or principal about alcohol use in
out the facts about alcohol and the good reasons not to drink it.