2020 hasn’t been much fun, has it?

So now Christmas is almost here, it’s understandable that we want to crack open a bottle or two and let our hair down.

BUT – how do we address the issues of alcohol with our teenagers, without sounding like a nag – or worse still a hypocrite?

In this episode, I discuss the importance of having open conversations with our kids – sooner rather than later.

Of course, our children need to understand the challenges that drinking too much involves – but when we are in conversation with our kids – it helps to :

  • Display Compassion and Understanding
  • Set Exceptions
  • Define the Ground Rules & Boundaries
  • Avoid Judgement

I also give you a handy exercise that will help your teenager take back control if they find themselves in a tricky situation with friends.


Supporting Parents Build a Mentally Healthier and
Happier Generation of Young People


Three Questions to Ask Your Uncommunicative Child :

All too often parents say to me :
My child won’t speak to me
I know something’s not quite right – but they won’t tell me what’s wrong.

Well, I have a resource for you. Download this FREE Resource : 📍www.caigraham.com/threequestions

It will help you reconnect with your child quickly and easily; and in a way that will not drive them to their bedroom to avoid you!

* Breathing Through BIG Emotions :

If you or your child are struggling with your emotions at the minute – then I have a great online course that introduces you to 7 different breathing exercises that a can get you out of many sticky situations :

The Course is available here :📍www.caigraham.com/breathe

* If you need to get in touch – Please email me at toolbox@caigraham.com


EP 40 – How to Talk about Alcohol, Without Nagging

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