A new study by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse says the key to keeping your kids off of drugs is to be a hands-on parent. What does that mean?
Well, these parents monitor their kids’ TV-watching and Internet use, they put restrictions on what music their kids buy, they know where their kids are after school and on weekends, and they give regular chores to their children.
To some people it may sound like conservative parenting. However, in the arena of divorce, it is considered “involved”, hands-on parenting.
To know more about the benefits of being a hands-on parent, we recommend that you read the following article (We’ve shortened the link for an easier click through) :
http://xrl.us/bh2r8 (Link to www.prevention.com)
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