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It’s Not Too Early to Talk About Underage Drinking with Your Kids

Why all parents need to talk to their kids - especially tweens - about underage drinking - statistics, tips, ideas, and facts for how to talk to your children about drinking alcohol at parties or anywhere.

Thank you Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board for sponsoring this post. Learn more about how you can prevent underage drinking at KnowWhenKnowHow.org. As I wrote in a previous post, my 10-year-old Gracie is only vaguely aware of “adult drinks” and why a person might drink them. She’s seen a little alcohol consumption on tv, but not much, and virtually none in real life.  At the same time, I know that kids in the tween age bracket are most receptive to parents’ input when it comes to drinking alcohol, and especially underage drinking, so I chose this season to initiate the drinking … Read more