6 parenting practices help reduce the chances your child will develop a drug or alcohol problem


No one ever said parenting would be easy.  Drug Free Org has developed 6 research-supported parenting practices to set you on the right path.  Those practices are:

  1. Build a warm and supportive relationship with your child.
  2. Be a good role model when it comes to drinking, taking medicine and handling stress.
  3. Know your child’s risk level.
  4. Know your child’s friends.
  5. Monitor, supervise and set boundaries.
  6. Have ongoing conversations  and provide information about drugs and alcohol.

To find out more about these 6 practices, you can download a helpful guide by clicking here.

Source:  drugfree.org


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