Tag: Parenting

Parents Giving Alcohol to Their Teens Beneficial in Reducing Drinking-Related Problems among Young People

The Issue. Young people get their alcohol from many sources. Rarely is it from stores. Most often it’s from their parents and other adults, friends, or siblings. Parents giving alcohol is very common. Many believe that parents giving alcohol to their own children reduces alcohol abuse. They think it’s important to teach moderation by being […]

Perceived Parental Alcohol Problems and Childrens’ Drinking Patterns in Youth

Do young people with parental alcohol problems have different drinking patterns than those without parental alcohol problems? The Study Research in Denmark studied this question. It used data from the Danish National Youth Study. This was a national survey of 75,025 high school and vocational school students. They were 15-25 years old. These were the […]

Parental Supply of Alcohol and Alcohol Consumption in Adolescence

Effects of Parental Supply of Alcohol Children whose parents serve them alcohol are more likely to drink full servings by age 15 or 16. However, they are much less likely to have over four or drinks on an occasion. (This is sometimes called binge drinking.) In addition, they generally have fewer drinks per occasion. In […]

Children, Alcohol and Parenting: What Should Parents Do?

Alcohol and parenting is a controversial subject. What’s the best thing for parents to do? What can they legally do? The subject of alcohol and parenting is surrounded by conflicting beliefs and opinions. And also by a high degree of emotion. Fortunately, research provides useful answers. This can guide us as parents. I. Some Important […]

Your Teenager Drinks Alcohol or Does Drugs: What to do?

Teenager Drinks Alcohol or Does Drugs I found out that my teenager drinks alcohol or does drugs. Help! What should I do? Rebellious and other distressing behaviors often characterize the teen years. Normal teen experiences usually cause them. It might be raging hormones. Perhaps dating problems. Possibly the desire for independence. And the list goes […]

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