The mechanical life leaves the parents lethargic and severely exhausted by the end of the day, and they are left with little energy to check and supervise how has the performance of their children been in various areas including studies, outing and eating all day long. Instead, children are expected to cooperate with the parents and keep themselves away from all the mayhem that would upset their parents once they get back to home from work. Children are expected to be mature, responsible and independent even before they would develop the sense to be. The busy modern life style in which everybody is running after time and money has served to create sea-wide distance between members of the same family on emotional grounds. In these circumstances, not many families are left with the members having emotional link with one another. The mechanical life equally frustrates the children as it does the parents. In an attempt to suppress their loneliness and seek pleasure to hide their fears, fun-loving young teenagers openly indulge in dangerously bold activities along with their friends who suffer from similar psychological condition due to upsets in their background.
Boys and girls are equally susceptible to acquiring the addiction and habit of drug use. However, this paper addresses the issues concerned with girls, assesses the causes of their acquiring the habit of meth use, discusses its short and long term effects on their own life and the people connected with them and evaluates its impact on their family.
The most dominant factor responsible for indulgence of teenage girls into addiction and drug use is their disconnection from their parents and lack of parental check and control over them. This culture fundamentally surfaces in response to the laws and regulations that condemn increased control and check of parents over their children and emphasize upon child independence and