Tuesday, July 26, 2011

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Talk to Your Kids About Drugs: The Video Guide[Kindle Edition With Audio/Video]

Alexandra C. Woods


Product Description:  Not sure how to approach the “big talk” with your child about drugs? Introducing your complete crash course: “Talk to Your Kids About Drugs: The Video Guide” – a fun, interactive, fact and resource-filled Vook that combines text and how-to video, guiding you through the process of discussing drugs with your child. Download it now!


In eight easy-to-digest chapters, you’ll be guided seamlessly through the most important facts and considerations when preparing to talk with your child about drugs. First, you’ll learn some important statistics about drug use in minors, and all about the types of drugs your child may be exposed to. Then you’ll learn about the right timing for your talk, what types of social interactions your child may have at school, and what to expect from your child as they enter their teen years. Finally, you’ll learn how to tell if your child might be experimenting with drugs, how to cope as a family, and what steps to take if you suspect your child has entered an even more serious phase: addiction. Tips, videos and links throughout provide added dimension and resources to help parents prep for this crucial conversation.

Talk to Your Kids About Alcohol: The Video Guide[Kindle Edition With Audio/Video]

by Alexandra C. Woods

Every day, over 11,000 American kids from 12 to 20 years of age will try alcohol for the first time. What can you do to help your kids make responsible choices? Introducing your complete crash course: “Talk to Your Kids About Alcohol: The Video Guide” – a fun, interactive, fact and resource-filled Vook that combines text and how-to video, guiding you through the process of discussing alcohol with your child.
In eight easy-to-digest chapters, you’ll be guided seamlessly through the most important facts and considerations when preparing to talk with your child about alcohol. First, you’ll learn about small children and how to field their early questions about alcohol. Then you’ll learn about alcohol abuse in adolescents and young adults, how to set clear boundaries for your child, and how to role play with your child in order to prepare them for different scenarios they may encounter. Finally, you’ll learn different strategies for dealing with alcohol as a family, including how to deal with alcohol abuse in your child, and how to talk to your child about drunk driving. Tips, videos and links throughout provide added dimension and resources to help parents prep for this important conversation.


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