Our kids today are exposed to graphic information about sex, porn, binge drinking, "hooking up", widespread STDs and other concerns that were not part of our experience as teenagers. How do we talk about these subjects so our kids will listen, and how do we listen so our kids will talk?
Experts say that there are techniques we can use, every day, that will help us create a dialogue with our children. As difficult as these things are to talk about, studies have shown that parents who do talk to their kids, in the right way,
can significantly impact the choices their kids make.
Find out what conversations every parent should have today and exactly how to create a successful exchange with your child.
This is a free work shop, especially designed for Middle and High School Parents. Please join other parents on Friday, April 25th, from 8:30 to 9:30, with an open discussion until 10 AM, at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School,
Room 312 in the Riley Building Conference room.
For more information and to reserve your space, please contact Lyn Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org