Communicating the Tough Stuff to Your Child: Drugs, Alcohol, Sex and Peer Pressure Friday, February 22, 1:00 pm

Friday, February 22, 1:00 pm

Brought to you by Guidance Resources, OSU's Employee Assistance Program.

It can be tough to be a teenager today-and touch to be a parent of a teenager. It is easy to be overwhelmed by stories about adolescents and violence, sex, drugs, suicides, alcohol and crime. All of these concerns are very real, but the very good news is most teenagers really are OK. The relationship you have had with your child all these years will play a big part in how your teenager will act and grow now that they are older. As your child matures, your relationship will change and become different, but it can still be positive and close. If you know what to expect, if you can look at things through your teenager’s eyes, it will help both of you. This workshop helps parents learn communication methods to talk to their teen.


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The webinar is expected to last between 45-60 minutes. Not available on the scheduled day and time? No worries! Register for the webinar and you will receive a link after the scheduled date and time, and you can watch it when more convenient.