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Talking To Your Child

Communicating with your child is incredibly important in preventing them from drinking and increasing child safety. Communicating with your child means holding an actual conversation with them, you should not simply talk at them. If your child feels like they are on the same level as you and that you respect them enough to talk to them like an adult they will be more likely to listen to you when you talk about the consequences of drinking and how it compromises child safety. Child safety can be increased by telling your child the health effects of drinking, the social effects of drinking and the dangers of drunk driving. If your child knows about the numerous consequences that come with drinking they are less likely to drink. You should also tell your child the importance of not getting into a car driven by anybody who is drunk. You should also tell your child the importance of independence and not succumbing to peer pressure. Simply communicating to your child can do so much to increase child safety and to protect your child. Communicating with your child and letting them know how concerned you are for them and their safety can help your child make the right decision.

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