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Some conversations are tougher than others, here are some real-life examples…

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“Preparation is the key to success” applies to heart-to-heart conversations. Use this free downloadable worksheet to…

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Alcohol is the most commonly used illegal substance among teens in the U.S. Data from several national surveys show the use of alcohol among young people…

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Teens are at a stage of development where they want more independence. While this is healthy and natural, but for many teens, it unfortunately involves underage drinking…

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You might remember peer pressure when you were a teen, which is why you want to be proactive in talking with your kids about drinking. Learn how to approach the conversation here.

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If you’re talking to your kids about the important issues in life, the subject of alcohol is bound to come up. Ideally, you’ll have the discussion long before they really need it…

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Many kids and teens try alcohol during their high school and college years, before it’s legal for them to drink it. Parents have a big effect on their child’s choices…

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QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer —three simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. QPR saves lives by providing innovative, practical, and proven suicide prevention training.

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Everyone can benefit from drinking less alcohol or not drinking at all. This tool checks your drinking and can give advice and if you want to drink less…

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Rates of anxiety and depression in children have increased in the last decade. Learn the symptoms and how to talk with your kids about their anxious thoughts.

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