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Date recorded: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
The choking game is a dangerous activity practiced by high achieving model students who choose not to experiment with alcohol and drugs. These impressionable victims “play” because of the pseudo-high, peer pressure, and curiosity.
The game is not perceived as risky among participants and typically occurs in the victim’s bedroom with a parent in the home. Learn the warning signs and how to prevent this dangerous game from being played by your students.
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TOPIChealth education, early childhood, safety and legal issues
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