TEEN DRINKING AND DRIVING CUT IN HALF!
Lamictal over the counter In one of the most encouraging stories I have read in quite some time, the CDC is reporting a staggering 54% decrease in the number of U.S. teenagers who drink and drive (over the past 20 years). The numbers say that 9 out of 10 high school students (over the age of 16), did not drive drunk in 2011. This tells me that my focus must be centered on that ONE who unfortunately did. It is this same 1 in 10 that represents one million students (nationwide) who are still getting behind the wheel after drinking. I cannot just sit here quietly while a MILLION kids are making a decision that produces devastation far beyond their comprehension. On September 28, 2009 I CHOSE to drink and drive; a choice that cost a young man his life, and forever changed the course of so many others. NOBODY has to ever feel like I feel, and be forced to wake up on a prison bunk to the reality that you took someone’s life, and no matter what…nothing on earth can change it. The greatest single piece of advice I could ever give is this:
follow url “A simple pause, the second before acting, can save you a lifetime of consequences and heartache.”
IF YOU DRINK . . . DRIVING IS OUT OF THE QUESTION!!
This is my Redemption!