I have a 17 yr old who isn't getting any exercise ,I belong to a health club and I told him he needs to come with me or I will not give him money he has agreed I feel guilty Q-should I be making him go
Why feel guity? He needs it and your providing him with what he needs. Your helping him prevent diabetes, obesity, and blood pressure problems. Your giving him examples of good health and hopefully good habits.
Start now and keep at it. They may not like it, but it's good for all youngesters. Just because you haven't done it before, doesn't mean you can't start it now.
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