Highlight the Positive
You probably find yourself frequently in front of parents discussing "real life" issues. Here are tips and reminders on how to package messages that empower parents instead of make them anxious. You'll also learn about positive health campaigns and how some of the most effective ones were created. Positively structured learning experiences have a much greater chance of motivating parents and teens to select positive behaviors.
To help parents understand teens, they must first understand what influences them. Why do they act in certain ways when it seems out of character? The truth is that teens want to feel normal and what they're doing is right. That's why packaging safety messages in a positive way is an important part of getting teens to follow them.