Social media has spawned the rise of Peer Pressure 2.0. As parents we need to make sure our kids don’t rely too heavily upon it for validation. (That goes for us, too.)
As part of our collaboration with Responsibility.org, we take a look at the importance of connection, between parents and children, and society as a whole.
October is National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month. One in 30 teens abuse over-the-counter medicine, so if you don’t know what dextromethorphan (DXM) is, read on to learn about it.
Having the “big conversations” with your kids may be easier if you build up to them—one word at a time. Talk early to kids about alcohol . . . and everything. We’re all better for it.
“In lieu of flowers, gifts in memory of Barbara Coatsworth can be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. “Barbara was a proud and dedicated member of the MDA team for 22 years and the contributions in her memory will assist the Association’s various service programs for children and adults affected by muscle diseases. We know that Barbara would be grateful.”…
This is our latest piece for #TalkEarly, and it is about drinking in front of your kids and talking to them about it. Now with a picture of cake!
Responsibility.org believes that parents and kids should talk early, talk often, and be happy. We agree. After all, with great kids comes great responsibility.