Have you ever wondered if and how you should discuss your drinking with your kids? Or second-guessed whether your drinking behavior is still healthy? Join us in an open, honest, and non-judgmental conversation about healthy adult drinking and how to talk about it with your children.
In a world where many people’s social lives revolve around drinking events, it’s easy to lose track of your own drinking behavior. Being in lockdown and working from home made room for a whole different kind of drinking and now that restrictions are being lifted, all different kinds of changes are happening again. Now that we go back to attending events and meeting up with friends, it’s important to find our balance again.
As therapists, moms, and, well, just human beings who like to drink alcohol, we share our insights, the red flags to look out for, and the boundaries we’ve set for ourselves. Should you discuss your drinking with your kids or hide it from them? What kind of drinking behavior should you expose your children to and when is it better to protect them from it? How can you distinguish between healthy and unhealthy drinking behavior? We discuss it all.
Be sure to join us next week, when we continue this conversation around how to discuss adult drinking with your kids.
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In this episode, we cover
– How to talk to your kids about your drinking.
– What healthy adult drinking looks like.
– The red flags and markers of unhealthy drinking.
– The boundaries we’ve set for ourselves.
– The changes in drinking during the pandemic and how it will change again after.
Resources and links mentioned in this episode
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