Often times we hear parents' concerns about teen behavior that are completely valid.
It can feel worrisome to know that your teen may be experimenting with alcohol or becoming sexually active.
And, while we always err on the side of safety and encouraging teen's to act in alignment with their family values, we also want to have the "real" talk too so that we can adequately address the behaviors that are happening (rather than be a place where teens feel like they can't fully be honest for fear of consequences or judgment.)
This is the same worksheet we use with teens in our DBT groups to help them evaluate their own behaviors and assess for areas of concern. Remember as a general rule of thumb to listen more than you talk to help support your teen in acting in alignment with their values.