Studies have found that teens who have 5 or more family dinners per week are three times less likely to try marijuana, two and a half times less likely to smoke cigarettes and one and a half times less likely to drink alcohol than those who eat less often with their families.
Call to Action:
Are your teens eating dinner with you as a family most evenings?
If not, make the necessary changes so everyone is eating dinner together as a family.
Include them in the dinner preparation. Besides learning necessary food preparation skills it provides time to talk about other things on their minds.
To your wellness,