When Should I Talk to my Children About Drugs and Alcohol?
The short answer to this question is… you can start laying the groundwork as soon as your child can talk and comprehend. One father trained his two-year-old daughter to cover her face whenever she was confronted with a cigarette smoker in public. According to Kidshealth.org, age eight to twelve is a more realistic time frame to talk to your kid(s) about drugs. One caveat is to keep the message age-appropriate to avoid overwhelming your child with information. Preschool to Age 7 This... read more