It’s the holiday season, and that often means time with loved ones where food and body can be the focal point. Although a fun season, it can be stressful not knowing what comments might be made to your kid and how you should respond in the moment. But don’t worry – we have some tips and resources to help you!

Download our holiday guide on what to say to other adults about commenting on your kids’ bodies and food choices and why their words are so important to the kids you both love. Topics covered include:

  • How to share What to Say with other adults (including a resource made to give to family members)
  • How to respond if something unhelpful is said about your child’s body or food choices
  • How to repair with your child if something unhelpful is said about their body or food choices
  • And much more!

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For more everyday tips on promoting positive food-body relationships with the children in your life, you can also visit these additional resources from WithAll’s What to Say Initiative.


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