Manuel Gonzalez Oscoy
Prevention focused on the exaltation of values, trust and continuous dialogue is emerging as a viable solution to stop the high incidence. Family breakdown is one of the main factors that influence so that children and young people are easy prey to drugs, and is likely that does not feel identified with his own home, tend to integrate into groups of people that, in many cases, to be accepted, are forced to consume toxic substances. Manuel Gonzalez Oscoy, Professor of the Faculty of psychology of UNAM, explains the abandonment that young people suffer by his family, shore them to find company in other means where are pressured by those same external groups to test drugs: loneliness faced by the guys from now as a result of which both parents go out to workcoupled with the lack of information about the serious damage that drugs cause in the organism, influence that seek a source of escape to problems than on Addictions they face. In our environment, it is very easy to get any of them, there is greater choice and this is another determinant factor for drug addiction rates have reached historic highs. According to the specialist, the human being tends to repeat the pattern of family life, so it emphasizes the importance that parents avoid this type of behavior inside and outside the home. If a child lives it within the home hardly it will ignore the verbal advice. Education is to be effective, we must be prepared to address the issue, to prepare ourselves to be able to speak with knowledge, but above all, we need to have confidence to expose their doubts and know that not be reproved, even if they confess that at some point they have tested them or have offered them is. For those engaged in the sale of drugs, children who spend long periods of solitude, without the supervision of an adult, they become easy targets since they perceive his introverted attitude or his rebelliousness and approach them to offer friendship, situation that leverage to induce them to consumption and then the same traffic.