"[Dr. Steve] Liptak said it is important for parents to know their children and be more watchful of those they have found to be risk-takers. A working relationship with the child - knowing what they are doing and where they are going, not interrogating them - is even more important for known risk-takers, he said."Dr. Bob Barcus also suggests that parents be honest with their teens about what can realistically happen when people take extreme risks. Read more at DaytonDailyNews.com.
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