One of the most important parts of the family dinner is creating conversations. If you’re not sure how to start, these questions will provide the necessary tools for teens to get to know their parents and their expectations.
What was your favorite childhood memory? Why?
If you could go back and visit any period of time, when would you choose? Why?
What was one food you hated as a kid but you love now? Explain what changed.
What is one thing you loved about school? What is one thing that was challenging about school?
What kind of music did you enjoy when you were my age? What kind of music do you enjoy now?
Who was your best friend at my age? What did you like to do?
Did someone offer alcohol to you as a teen? What did you do?
What was the best advice you ever got when you were my age? Why?