- More teens are using alcohol to get drunk
- More teens are smoking pot regularly
- Even more teens are having sex, and many without protection
- Most teens know more about technology than you do
DOH’s Office of Positive Youth Development has been able to use WAHI’s highly effective technology to reach and hold the attention of teens, engaging them in conversation and presenting them with valuable facts.
Teen Truth tells real stories and how you as a parent can improve your communication skills with your teenagers. Times have changed with teens today! Teen life is a mind field, they have access to all sorts of things that generations prior weren't aware of.
As school opens shortly, it is not only time to get school supplies and uniforms/clothing ready, it is critical you talk to your kids about peer pressure, sex, drugs, technology etc.
Teen Truth tells you like it is, even if you don't want to hear it, you will and you will also see why it is imperative you learn this.
Before your teen hooks-up (gets together with a total stranger for sex), be proactive, talk to your teens, ask them about it and let them know the dangers of hooking up.
Teens can guard their private lives very well, it is up to parents to learn all they can about them. This is not invasion of privacy - it is when safety trumps privacy!
Do yourself a favor, watch the short videos on TeenTruth.org. Answer the questions honestly, don't be a parent in denial, you are not helping your teen that way.
Be an educated parent, you will have safer teens!
If your teen is going down a negative road, visit www.helpyourteens.com for more information.