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Fearless teenage boys and dreams of drowning

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Fearless teenage boys and dreams of drowning

Hi! My big family is going to Poipu and we're all very excited yet at least two mothers in our group have had dreams of one of our teenage kids drowning due to their fearlessness of the ocean.

Can you offer any advice to help relieve this deep-seeded fear? Thanks

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41. Re: Fearless teenage boys and dreams of drowning

Always swim where there is a lifeguard. Fearless is a bad trait to have when dealing with Mother Nature. Currents are very strong in Poipu right now. I lap swim in the ocean 3-4 times a week. Strong swimmer and very fit. Only will swim when life guards are on duty. If the young ones point out the surfers far out catching waves remind them of this-surfers have a cord wrapped to their ankles which (for the most part) keeps them tethered to the board for safety. I talk to the guards every once in awhile and they get very frustrated at the number of unnecessary rescues they must do. Try kauaiexplorer.com for other tips.

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