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Self esteem and marijuana

Abstract

This study attempted to investigate the relationship between self-***** and marijuana. Participants have been divided into 2 groups. The first group of 197 students belonged to a tr*****ditional junior high school. These 197 students had been sorted after an initial survey. In the second survey, 26 students ***** been selected based on the admission of drug use on a regular basis varying form 1 to 7 times per week. This second ***** was, once again, distributed at the classroom with ***** adolescent residential drug treatment program. The ***** surveyed were from the demographic group within the same community. ***** results showed that students attending regular junior high school and admitted ***** ***** drug use rated their self esteem as *****. The ***** in a ***** center who were on probati***** for ***** use rated their self esteem as very low. ***** lack of consequences for drug using behavior ***** the students' failure to connect as negative behaviors or feelings ***** drug use impacted their view ***** themselves. Low ***** h***** ***** studied and published as a precipitating factor to ***** use.

Introduction

***** shows that role of peers, in general, and parents in particular, along with drugs, especially Marijuana, ***** a significant impact on *****esteem of adolescents. Before studying the ***** between self-esteem and ***** of marijuana, it is important ***** we understand what self-esteem is. A simple definition of self esteem can be, "The judgment that we make about our own ********** and the ***** *****sociated with those judgments is one example of self esteem (facultyfp.salisbury.edu/iewhite/self-esteem.htm)." Similarly, Robert Reasoned, president of national association for self esteem states, "high self ***** is characterized by tolerance and respect for o*****rs, individuals who accept responsibility for their actions, have integrity, take pride in their accomplishments, ***** are self motivated, willing to ***** risks, capable of handling criticism, loving and lovable, seek the challenge and stimulation ***** worthwhile and demanding goals, and take command and control of their lives (reference is not cited in the bibliography you ***** given)."

***** Reasoner asserts, "Low self esteem is the universal common denom*****ator among literally all people suffering from addictions to any and all mind altering substances such as alcohol (***** ***** ***** cited in the bibliography you have given)." Similarly, John Taylor identified significance of low ***** esteem by revealing ***** adolescents suffering ***** low self-esteem are 1.6 times more likely ***** become drug dependent by age 20. He ***** "Low self esteem is kind of the spark plug for *****-destructive behavi*****, and ***** use is one ***** these (reference ***** not cited in the bibliography you have given)."

***** ***** shown that use of ***** is consistently on the rise. For *****stance, Johnston, O'Malley, and Bachman (*****05) reveal that, in 2004, "16 percent of 8th graders had been admitted to trying marijuana ***** 6 ***** ***** been admitted to current *****." *****lso, a*****her significant finding w***** ***** amongst 10th-graders, "35 percent had tried marijuana sometime in their lives, and

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