Submitted by Deanna Felts, M.S.
Seven Counties Services Regional Prevention Center
When I was growing up, we knew dinner was on the table by 6 p.m. We always ate together as a family every night (except when my brother had practice for basketball or baseball, my sister with orchestra and plays and me with track or softball). Even with our extracurricular activities, we ate together more often than not. It was a time of talking with each other about our day at school, work, friends, family etc.