Which do parental attitudes lay the ground for dropping, drinking alcohol and smoking?

It is parents who do not set the boundaries, do not have any ideas about what their kids are doing and the ones who limit very strictly and put much pressure on their kids. In other words, both attitudes may push children toward addictions. Children need to understand the limits about what they are doing and for what purpose. However, these limits should be bended in some circumstances.

In this respect, limits and rules must be able to bend but not violated. As very strict rules do not serve the purpose, very causal attitudes are also risk for addicted. There is a saying as such ‘Enough is as good as a feast’. As a matter of fact, keeping the balance of limits would eliminate at least the risk of addiction due to family matters. But chaotic situations in families, addicted parents always pose a risk of addiction to the kids.