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Title: Frequent Family Dinners 2 or fewer times per week together


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Frequent Family Dinners 2 or fewer times per
week together
  • Frequent Family Dinners at least 5 times per
    week.

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  • Teens who have infrequent family dinners are
    twice as likely to smoke daily and get drunk
    monthly compared to teens who have frequent
    family dinners.

3
Compared to teens who have five or more family
dinners per week, those who have two or fewer are
  • More than twice as likely to have tried
    cigarettes.

4
Compared to teens who have five or more family
dinners per week, those who have two or fewer are
  • One and a half times likelier to have tried
    alcohol.

5
Compared to teens who have five or more family
dinners per week, those who have two or fewer are
  • Twice as likely to have tried marijuana.

6
Compared to teens who have five or more family
dinners per week, those who have two or fewer are
  • More than twice as likely to say future drug
    use is very or somewhat likely.

7
Compared to parents who say their families have
dinners together frequently, those who have
infrequent family dinners are
  • Five times likelier to say they have a fair or
    poor relationship with their teen.

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Compared to parents who say their families have
dinners together frequently, those who have
infrequent family dinners are
  • One and a half times likelier to say they know
    the parents of their teens friends not very well
    or not at all.

9
Compared to parents who say their families have
dinners together frequently, those who have
infrequent family dinners are
  • More than twice as likely to say they do not
    know the names of their teens teachers.

10
Compared to parents who say their families have
dinners together frequently, those who have
infrequent family dinners are
  • Twice as likely to say that parents deserve not
    very much blame or no blame at all when a
    teenager uses illegal drugs.

11
  • 58 percent of teens report having dinner with
    their families at least five times a week.

12
  • 59 percent of parents say they have frequent
    family dinners.

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Family dinners take place at home.
  • More than 90 percent of teens and parents say
    they have fewer than three family dinners per
    week at a restaurant or someplace other than
    their home.

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Dinner rather than breakfast
  • 17 percent of teens and 13 percent of parents
    say they eat breakfast with a family member five
    or more times per week.

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  • Twenty-six percent of 17-year olds have family
    dinners seven nights per week compared to 51
    percent of 12-year olds and 40 percent of 13-year
    olds.

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  • Teens who have frequent family dinners are more
    than twice as likely to say that parents are
    always home during the house parties they attend.

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