17 Iyar 5779 / Wednesday, May 22, 2019 | Torah Reading: Bechukotai
 
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Don  
  Don't Blame the Kids  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 4/14/2019, 15:01
 
Normally problems occur when we steer off the path that Hashem really intended for us. In simpler terms, our children reflect the areas we need to work on...  


How to Love Your Kids  
  How to Love Your Kids  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 3/10/2019, 10:32
 
It’s hard to be a good parent unless you have a good marriage. Why? Because teaching your children how to succeed in love is your MOST IMPORTANT responsibility…  


Tears or Fears  
  Tears or Fears  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 2/27/2019, 11:35
 
Prayer is just like exercise. If it’s something you are not used to doing, in the beginning it hurts and is time consuming. You also don’t see your end-result right away…  


Let  
  Let's Be Parents!  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 2/10/2019, 09:55
 
Unlike airplanes, our children don't have automatic navigation systems; they depend on us for guidance. Without parental guidance, they're completely lost…  


80/20 Parenting  
  80/20 Parenting  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 1/24/2019, 21:58
 
We all dreamed of perfect picturesque Shabbat tables, but we didn’t know how down we could actually feel when things go haywire, to the point where we feel like crying…  


"Leave Me Alone, Mom!"  
  "Leave Me Alone, Mom!"  
 
By Rivka Malka Perlman
Update date: 12/25/2018, 22:54
 
Your child is harboring pain from somewhere; you, the parent, are simply in the line of fire. Your child is visibly pushing you away - it's not a rejection but a dire for help…  


The Fruit in the Mirror  
  The Fruit in the Mirror  
 
By Tziporah Barabi
Update date: 12/12/2018, 10:45
 
You can have discussions with them for hours on end. You can argue and philosophize. But at the end of the day the child says, what I see is what my parents do…  


A Misused Torah  
  A Misused Torah  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 12/11/2018, 10:39
 
Was that story about the tzaddik Rabbi Hillel standing on one foot just a nice parable? Didn’t he himself say the whole point of the Torah is to love another as yourself?  


It’s Not Your Fault  
  It’s Not Your Fault  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 12/5/2018, 14:30
 
How many of us parents suffer from one guilt or another? How many of us blame ourselves for our child’s problem? Why persecute ourselves for something we don't control?  


Deep-Freezing the Past  
  Deep-Freezing the Past  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 11/7/2018, 14:30
 
Cohen has no idea why his son is suddenly listening to acid rock, gazing at girls, drinking beer and doing all the things that he used to do in his pre-BT life…  


5 Minutes to Super Parenting  
  5 Minutes to Super Parenting  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/26/2018, 12:21
 
The best way to assess ourselves as parents is to ask ourselves what qualities we would have loved to see in our own parents. Then, we assess ourselves accordingly…  


Mysterious Wisdom  
  Mysterious Wisdom  
 
By Alizah Teitelbaum
Update date: 7/17/2018, 14:46
 
As a farm wife and mother in the boondocks of Alaska (or was it Alligerville?), she had no choice but to homeschool her eight children. That's when the excitement started…  


Empathy and Emuna  
  Empathy and Emuna  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 6/27/2018, 10:24
 
This student was unpredictable and I never knew how the class was going to go with him inside. Sometimes his behavior was like dealing with another thirty students…  


Sergeant Mom  
  Sergeant Mom  
 
By Sharon Roter
Update date: 6/21/2018, 03:07
 
As that time of day nears, she puts on her uniform, takes out her weapons and tenses up like a soldier in battle. These are moments when parenting feels like a battleground…  


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