This Halloween, we’re encouraging adults to keep Halloween shame-free by:
- not talking about candy as “bad,” “unhealthy,” or “junk;”
- not commenting on people’s bodies (including my own!)
Are you committed to doing this too? If so, click the links below to share the pledge before 11/1/22 on social and tag @withallorg for a chance to win a $100 gift card.
If you’re feeling really creative, check out our Halloween Challenge too!
Thank you for protecting kids AND helping us reach more adults with this important message!
WithAll is committed to helping children and their families navigate healthier discussions about food and body. That’s why our What to Say initiative created a Halloween Guide featuring these tips, as well as research-backed insights and advice from parenting and nutrition experts who have been in your shoes.
And remember: these principles apply beyond just Halloween! Whether it’s about candy, cake, sugar, or any other food item that can be enjoyed in moderation, the way adults choose to talk to kids or around kids has a real impact – each and every day.
Click the link below to check out our Halloween Guide and additional resources. We hope they help you – as a parent, caregiver or adult role model – navigate food and body conversations positively and purposefully.