Written by a CSUCI student.
You know, I always hear people talk about how a dad is a little girl's first true love and how dad will set the example of who their daughter will see as a potential partner in the future. I also always hear my family say how kids grow up so fast and they remember me running to the door when I would hear my dad get home from work. I really wish I could still remember...
This post was written by a CSUCI student.
How can parents and youth improve communication with each other, especially when it comes to talking about difficult issues?
Communication is an important key when it comes to being in a relationship either with a partner, a friend, or a family member. Growing up in a Hispanic household, there really wasn’t that much communication within my family...
While at home together, take time to talk with your children about healthy choices. Now that children are back in school it is even more important to start the conversations. Here are some tips for talking with your kids about vaping, drugs and alcohol:
Remember: Parents are the #1 reason that kids choose not to use drugs.
Start young and make talking about it a regular habit.
The BRITE program does not promote any unlawful use of drugs or alcohol.