Importance of Family DinnersTuesday, June 08, 2010
The report also found that compared to teens who have five to seven family dinners per week, those who have fewer than three family dinners per week are:
- Twice as likely to have friends who use marijuana and ecstasy
- More than one and a half times likelier to have friends who drink, abuse prescription drugs, and use methamphetamine; and
- Almost one and a half times likelier to have friends who use illegal drugs like cocaine, acid and heroin.