Reseña del libro "where's the party? (en Inglés)"
How can parents keep their kids safe and healthy when it comes to drug and alcohol abuse? The Miles To Go Parenting Handbook Series is designed to aid parents as they deal with this challenge.Where's The Party?, the newest title in the series, offers parents of middle and high school age students a systematic outline of the best ways to manage the challenges of teenage parties in cases where drugs and alcohol may be present. A multi-point plan for dealing with party planning and attendance is backed up by extensive chapters on peer pressure, teen brain development, the use of consequences when things go awry, and the dangers that result from drug and alcohol use by teenagers. The first book in the series, Not All Kids Do Drugs, is a hands-on, systematic guide that tells parents how to handle issues faced by students of middle and high school age: curfews, non-use policies, goal setting, and what to do if drug and alcohol use occurs are just a few of the topics covered. It details how to make healthy, informed choices that will help keep kids sober and safe. The second book in the series, The Mother's Checklist of Drug Prevention, targets techniques parents of preschool and elementary school aged students can employ. Language, listening, inner speech, and parenting styles that reduce drug and alcohol use are just a few of the topics addressed. Miles To Go Drug Prevention Lecture Series Kelly Townsend, M.S. & Jonathan Scottwww.milestogodrugeducation.com