Talking with your family about drugs - Live at Latitude 2021

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A live episode! In front of a lovely crowd at the awesome Latitude Festival, back in July 2021. Suzi Gage headed to Suffolk and was joined by previous SWTD guest Fiona Spargo-Mabbs. Their discussion covered all aspects of how to talk with your family about drugs - what age should discussions happen? How do teens want these conversations to happen? How honest should parents be about their experience, or lack of it, with drugs?


Fiona Spargo-Mabbs is the founder of the DSM Foundation, and has recently published a fantastic and powerful book called I Wish I'd Known, about her son Dan's death after taking MDMA, and all the things she wishes she - and Dan - had been aware of, in terms of evidence-based information about substances, why teenagers behave the ways that they do, along with advice about how to navigate conversations.

https://www.dsmfoundation.org.uk/more-information-for-parents/i-wish-id-known-fionas-book/


And here is the previous episode she appeared on:

https://play.acast.com/s/saywhytodrugs/drugeducation-withthedsmfoundation



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