HOW HIS SIMPLE QUESTION IS CHANGING OUR CONVERSATION ABOUT ALCOHOL - JENNIFER BORGET
Mothers are more likely to discuss how alcohol can impact the brain with their kids at an early age than fathers. Hear from Jennifer Borget, author of Cherish 365, on building an honest relationship with her kids and going past “no” as an answer to why they shouldn’t drink alcohol.
HOW MUCH DO 3RD GRADERS KNOW ABOUT ALCOHOL? - JENNIFER KINDHOUSE
Starting conversations can be easier if you can find out what your child knows about the topic beforehand. Hear from Jennifer Kindhouse, author of Life in Italics, on what led her to ask her kids what they know about alcohol.
WHEN AND HOW: START A CONVERSATION WITH YOUR KIDS ABOUT UNDERAGE DRINKING NOW - ASK, LISTEN, LEARN
Responsibility.org’s underage drinking prevention program Ask, Listen, Learn encourages parents to teach their kids to say YES to a healthy lifestyle and NO to underage drinking. Check out these tips about when and how to start an impactful conversation about alcohol with your kids.
4 QUESTIONS ABOUT ALCOHOL AND HOW TO ANSWER THEM - ASK, LISTEN, LEARN
Kids ask a lot of questions, and sooner or later, one (or more) of those questions may be about alcohol. Responsibility.org’s underage drinking prevention program Ask, Listen, Learn, identifies four common questions that come up and how to answer them.
4 REASONS WHY CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ALCOHOL ARE NECESSARY WITH TWEENS - SHANNAN YOUNGER
Talking about alcohol should be an open topic of conversation that lasts a lifetime. Hear from Shannan Younger as she shares four reasons why you should encourage these conversations--especially with your tweens.
HOW TO TALK TO YOUR TEENS THIS APRIL DURING ALCOHOL RESPONSIBILITY MONTH - AUDREY MCCLELLAND
April is Alcohol Responsibility Month. Hear from Audrey McClelland, author of Mom Generations, on how she is using lessons learned from Responsibility.org’s Ask, Listen, Learn program to talk to her tweens about alcohol.
HOW TO TALK ABOUT UNDERAGE DRINKING WITH YOUR TEENS - AUDREY MCCLELLAND
Take any opportunity to talk to your kids about saying NO to underage drinking. Hear from Audrey McClelland, of Mom Generations, on her tips for finding ways to talk to her kids about alcohol.
WHY IT’S IMPORTANT TO #TALKEARLY WHEN A 9 YEAR OLD ASKS FOR A BEER - LETICIA BARR
Starting the conversation may be awkward if your kids are not already asking about alcohol. Hear from Leticia Barr, author of Tech Savvy Mama, on the tips she found helpful on how to break the ice with your kids--and one in particular that happened at a baseball game!