Talk with your Kids About...

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This is a series of rack cards giving thoughts of how to talk with your children about anything, and some suggestions related to the following topics. We've gotten a start on this and we'd like your input on (1) What topic to start on next, (2) What topic is missing that we should include, and (3) Any source information for that topic. Send me your comments at gordonclay@aol.com

Talk With Your Kids About Tough Issues...

Abstinence *
AIDS/HIV
Alcohol *
Anything *
Autism *
Being Honest *
Beyond Tolerance *
Binge Drinking
Bully Prevention *
Common Core *
Condoms *
Cutting - Self injury *
Cyberbullying *
"Date Rape" Drugs *
Dating
Dating violence
Daughter about her body
Death *
Depression
DIP
Disasters
Diversity *
Divorce *
Dropouts *
Drugs *
Eat Healthy

Ecstasy *
Energy Drinks *
Hazing
Healthy Homes
Health Risks - Daughter
Health Risks - Son
Health Risks - Father
Health Risks - Mother
Indirect Aggression
Inhalants *
Kyphosis *
LGBATQQI Rights
Marijuana
Mental Health *
Meth
Meth Equipment
Molestation *
No Name Calling *
Obesity *
Oral Health *
Politics *
Pornography *
Pregnancy *
Prejudice
Poverty
Roofies *

Safer Dating
Safer sex *
Safer Sex Survey
School culture
School Safety *
Sex-Talk with your parents
Sexting *
Sexual Orientation *
Sickness & Death *
Smoking
STDs/STIs
Struggling Teens *
Teen Parents
Teen Suicide *
Terrorism
Testicles & Cancer
Tobacco *
Tolerance *
Tough Issues *
TV News *
Underage Drinking
Upstanders *
Violence
Words Hurt *

* Rack card available

Before Someone Else Does.
Rack cards available

Children should be led onto the right paths,
not by severity, but by persuasion. - Terence

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