fit2father: One Thing You Can Do to Safeguard Your Kids
Did you know there is a family activity that is tied to lower rates of drug use and risky behavior in your kids? And no, it's not an 8pm curfew or some other draconian rule or punishment.
It's family dinner.
Not only does family dinner help you and your kids eat healthier, but research suggests that it may keep your kids from getting into trouble. That's why September 27th has been designated Family Day
- with the aim of inspiring families to share dinner on a regular basis.
Family dinner is a great way of scheduling in regular time with your kids and gives you an easy way to keep up with their lives, find out how they're feeling about things, and spot signs of trouble early on.
Not sure what to talk about at dinner? Try these five questions
and you're sure to spark some interesting conversation. Not sure about what to eat? You're on your own for that one. Want more ideas on how to stay healthy with your family? Take our fit2father pledge and get our strategies for a healthy, happy family.