u. Blame; what is it? According to Merriam-Webster, blame is “to say or think that a person or thing is responsible for something bad that has happened.” Let’s be honest; when something bad happens, we all want someone or something to blame. And we don’t take too kindly to that someone being … [Read more...] aboutUnderage Drinking: Who’s Responsible?
Serious conversations are never easy. There’s this impending sensation of doom that stifles the air when someone says, “We need to talk.” It doesn’t matter if the talk is delivering the best or worst of news; those four little words make your stomach drop, heart race, and alarm bells blare in your … [Read more...] aboutUnderage Drinking: 5 Tips for Talking to Your Teen
There are some conversations no one wants to have, especially when it comes to raising children. The most common scenario is the “birds and the bees” talk, but one that many people don’t immediately consider is when to talk to your children about alcohol. It may seem like a superfluous topic … [Read more...] aboutBack to School: When to Talk Alcohol
By now you’ve noticed a strong theme on our blog. We’ve been flooding your feed with underage drinking topics ranging from myths to news, and there’s a reason why. The first step to reducing underage drinking in North Carolina is starting the conversation. Talking to your tween or teen about … [Read more...] about5 Actions Parents Can Take to Prevent Underage Drinking