In this digital age, kids and teens are more connected than ever, but are they safe? Social media, while fostering connections, can be harmful to mental health. As parents, are you equipped to guide young people through this evolving landscape?
As a parent, you’ve likely observed that some influential adults in your child’s life may not fully grasp the impact of their words on food, body image, and exercise. They might unknowingly be saying things that can be harmfully impactful on your child or other young people.
WithAll’s Simple Guide for What to Say is the foundation of our What to Say initiative. We encourage every adult role model to use these principles as their home base when deciding what to say to a child related to food, body, and exercise. Consistently choosing words and actions that flow from these principles gives kids a foundation of lifelong health and well-being related to food, body, and exercise.
As an adult who cares deeply about the children in your life, we know that you are doing your best to protect their physical and mental health by stopping diet & weight talk. This series provides answers to your everyday questions about supporting the health of kids through food and body. Engaging voices you can trust, WithAll gives you access to expert and relevant guidance and practical steps for supporting your kids health.