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The Levels of Love  
  The Levels of Love  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 4/30/2013, 17:39
 
It takes a long time for children to reach the level of love where they realize that parents are doing everything for their best. Are we on that level?  


Three Partners  
  Three Partners  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 8/19/2020, 09:25
 
Rabbi Massoud Gabai asks an interesting question: how can the Gemara say that there are three partners in creating a person? After all, everything comes from Hashem…  


Teaching Emuna to Children  
  Teaching Emuna to Children  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 4/29/2013, 16:55
 
The Shavuot Holiday is living proof of our unbroken chain of teaching Torah from father to son and from rabbi to pupil that extends all the way back to Mount Sinai...  


The Secret of Joy  
  The Secret of Joy  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Publish date: 4/17/2013, 14:34
 
Try to remember the general feeling you had in your homes. Was it one of joy? Or was it a heavy, you-better-not-step-out-of-line-or-else feeling? Did your parents smile?  


Jealousy and Sibling Rivalry  
  Jealousy and Sibling Rivalry  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 4/17/2013, 14:18
 
Why is the older sibling usually jealous of the younger sibling and not vice versa? Why doesn't the younger sibling feel jealousy toward his older brother?  


Mordechai Schwartz  
  Mordechai Schwartz  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 7/3/2020, 15:55
 
Rabbi Rosenfeld asked him, point blank, if he was proud of being Jewish. Mark responded in the affirmative but when asked what it mean to be Jewish, Mark was stumped...  


Part-Time Parenting  
  Part-Time Parenting  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Publish date: 4/13/2013, 21:26
 
How much pressure are you under to get your kids to sleep as quickly as possible so you can have your night? So you can feel like an adult and do things adults do?  


My Reality Show  
  My Reality Show  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 6/21/2020, 07:57
 
Psychological Distancing is a technique that gives you an instant mental escape, a few precious moments to prevent yourself from falling into the same reactive patterns...  


Stay Strong, BTs!  
  Stay Strong, BTs!  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Publish date: 3/17/2013, 00:21
 
"Off the derech" means off the path. For an observant family, it means a son or daughter who is suffering a spiritual free-fall; but to a secular family, it means the opposite...  


Protecting Our Children  
  Protecting Our Children  
 
By Howard Morton
Update date: 6/21/2020, 08:59
 
As the world becomes more promiscuous, the danger to children in our own neighborhoods becomes an imminent threat; know how to protect them…  


EEEEEEmuna  
  EEEEEEmuna  
 
By Rivka Levy
Update date: 8/24/2020, 08:56
 
The Bat Mitzva girl wanted every single unhealthy food for her party, the type of junk that his been banned from our household for years already...  


Mess and Madness  
  Mess and Madness  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Publish date: 3/4/2013, 15:25
 
Does the mess your children make ignite your wrath? Is expecting our children to preserve the museum-like order in the house beneficial to their emotional health?  


The Easy Life  
  The Easy Life  
 
By Rivka Levy
Update date: 8/24/2020, 08:58
 
Does the easy life really mean a good life? Can we excel and fulfill our potential when we never have to leave the cushy walls of comfort zone?  


Sock wars  
  Sock wars  
 
By Rivka Levy
Update date: 7/3/2020, 15:36
 
Rav Arush teaches that our kids are our mirrors. I wear socks, but my girls revolted when I tried to get them to follow suit. Do they sense that I don't like socks?  


The Children’s Bill of Rights  
  The Children’s Bill of Rights  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Publish date: 3/2/2013, 20:23
 
Mommy and Daddy, you sometimes forget that we kids are human beings too with basic human rights. We too have feelings, and we're not doormats for parents to wipe their feet on...  


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