The results of the research showed that there is a direct relationship between the tendencies to risky behavior based on the religious attitude. The tendency to risky behavior based on religious attitude has an indirect relationship with the mediation of time perspective. The results of this research with Shokri et al. (2015), Amiri et al. (2016), Malakoti et al. (2017), Najarian Toosi, Talebian Sharif, Abd Khodaei (2019), Reininger (2005) are consistent. Risky behaviors are behaviors that endanger the health and well-being of teenagers and young people. Based on this, risky behaviors are divided into two groups, the first group includes behaviors that endanger the health of the individual, and the second group includes behaviors that threaten the health and well-being of other members of society. Therefore, since the level of vulnerability of teenagers and young people is higher compared to other age groups, there is a greater tendency towards this type of behavior. No society can claim health if it does not have healthy families. There is no doubt that none of the social harms are independent of the influence of the family. The family is the most basic institution for socializing children, especially in the early critical years of life. Under the right conditions, the family prepares children to realize their potential and to assume useful roles in society as adults. In the process of socialization in the family, children learn their parents' actions, imitation and imitation, which are the most important ways of transmitting social values, norms and traditions. Most psychologists, regardless of the school they believe in, consider interactions between parents and their children as the basis of emotional development. Parents' interactions with their children and their parenting methods are factors related to high-risk behaviors.