We (my husband and I) have briefly been through this with our 15 yr. old son....smoking pot. We thought (or hoped) he was finished with this nonsense. We weren't naive. We thought he could still be dabbling (and perhaps he still is) but we weren't sure. After midnight our doorbell rang. It was a police officer. Great. He found a backpack in the park with my son's prescription for pain (he broke his nose) along with a pot pipe. He seemed "clean" but we told the police officer that we would take him to the doctor's to get him drug tested. My son swears he's clean. The pipe belongs to one of his friends that he doesn't want to reveal (or so he says). Regardless, he still had it in his possession. I don't know if he is clean if the officer will still press charges. This is so upsetting. If charges are pressed his name will be mud at the high school. The school is informed. He will lose soccer playing time ....something he needs desperately. I am not minimizing the fact he's may be doing something but all the garbage that goes along with it....is going to stink. I am waiting to hear from the doctor to get an order so we can get him tested. The home kit doesn't work for us. In the past he conveniently messed it up. It's going to be a long summer...........
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