Monday, July 25, 2011

Teensaver Diagnostics 12 Panel Home Drug Test Kit Giveaway ($43) x 2 winners

Please check out the guest post by Teensaver Diagnostics president, Steve Stahovich, here. It is controversial yet so important.

Want to try it? Teensavers have a variety of different screening tests available online in their store. Purchase the Teensavers 12 Home Drug Test Kit ($42.99USD) online and it will test for Marijuana, Cocaine, Methampetamines, Opiates, Oxycodone, Ecstasy, Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, Amphetamines, PCP, Methadone and Tricyclic Antidepressants. Or, you could try your luck out here! Teensavers has been generous enough to offer 2 of Whirlwind of Surprises’ readers a Teensavers 12 Home Drug Test Kit of their own. That’s 2 grand prizes worth $42.99 each! Win it!.

I am making use of Rafflecopter, a new beta software, for this giveaway so please enter on the Rafflecopter form below. If you encounter any problems or have any comments about this new method of entry, please leave a comment below. If the form will not let you add your daily tweet, please fill out mandatory entry again with DO NOT COUNT in the extra info box. It will then let you complete the daily tweet.











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7 comments:

This Lil Piglet said...[Reply]

I believe in drug screening, even when it invades privacy in the eyes of a teen. I recently had an outburst with my own son where he ran off to his bio dads for 3 days (no major problems up to this point and his dad was completely doing the wrong thing, trying to be the "buddy" rather than the co-parent he should be, etc, etc). It was a huge change in my sons attitude and had me honestly thinking maybe drugs were involved. My son admitted his friends do drugs but he has not (so he says). We were all teens once; we all know how readily available drugs can be to teens. Everything is back to normal now, apologies given, etc but I would like to have one of these kits on hand just to have that ability if I choose to. As long as kids are in the parents home, there is a big change in personality, grades etc parents do have the right to keep our kids safe and if this is the way we have to be sure our children are not involved in drugs, so be it.

paulinemilner said...[Reply]

I think it has, unfortunately, become necessary to do drug screening.

Drugs are much more accessible than they used to be and they are making them more addictive. For example, adding cocaine to marijauna.

If you are going to help someone on drugs, the sooner you discover the problem, the more likelyhood of success.

I know many parents will be reluctant to screen their kids, but if they are taking drugs, they will be doing them a favour.

Thanks for the great giveaway. ~Pauline

dod@rogers.com

Carla said...[Reply]

count me in please!

plur268 at yahoo dot com

paulinemilner said...[Reply]

https://twitter.com/#!/bullittmilner/status/98103972782555136

dod@rogers.com

Heather! said...[Reply]

I don't love the idea of drug screening. In a perfect world we'd all be able to trust each other. Kids might experiment with substances, but if they'd be honest about it it would be a lot easier to address and deal with. This isn't reality, of course. I think that drug screening is a necessary evil in some situations.

I also think it is potentially dangerous to the relationship between kids and parents. I feel it should only be used as a last resort.

h4schaffer at gmail dot com

3 Giggly Monsters said...[Reply]

I think drug screening is great. It weeds out the bad and allows for good.

Gina said...[Reply]

I hate to think that I would ever need this with my kids, but I suppose I would never REALLY know unless I used it!

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