3 Keys to Successful Communication About Alcohol
Watch these videos to find out some students' choices related to alcohol and possible parental impact.
Research has shown us that as parents understand the characteristics of the drinking scene young adults will be exposed to and talk with them about healthy ways to safely navigate that scene, they can have a profound influence on their sons and daughters’ decisions.
If conversations do not go well, then the relationship may need to be strengthened and different communication skills attempted.
The First Year College Alcohol Profile tailors information to the situations students will experience.
You as the parent know your sons and daughters better than anyone else. You can take our strategies and adapt them specifically for your sons and daughters, making the teaching more personal than we ever could as they enter the university.
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