In the old days, any party involving young people involved lots of calls between parents to make sure nothing “out of control”  might happen.
These days, those calls still happen, but it just seems like they don’t. What would you do if you had friends with a teen who was looking forward to a party and you discover that they somehow forgot to check up on the parents to make sure there’d be adult supervision?
Would you step in if you learned that no one over 18 might be present? That’s this week’s topic!
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THIS WEEK’S QUESTION:
Your friends have a teenage daughter who has been invited to a party hosted at your neighbor’s home. You discover that the neighbors will be out of town when the party is happening. Would you tell your friends about it? Why or why not?
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