Most teens are experiencing a time of their lives where they’ll try on any persona, any habit, in an attempt to see what fits them best. One way they attempt to assert their individuality can be through smoking or drinking with their friends.
However, addiction and long-term health detriments make this something that every parent should want to stop from happening.
If you’re worried that your child may be vaping, you’re not alone. While it’s marketed as a “safer” alternative to smoking cigarettes, vaping is largely an unknown factor. The long-term health effects are still being studied, and, in any event, no one wants their child to be smoking. What should you do if you catch your child vaping?