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The Spoiled Child  
  The Spoiled Child  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 3/2/2013, 19:51
 
Many well-meaning parents fail to differentiate between giving their child warmth and love and between spoiling him with luxuries and material items...  


Don  
  Don't Be a Haman  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 2/12/2013, 16:35
 
How can a parent expect a child to celebrate a holiday with joy, when the parent has a long face? How can a parent expect to raise a Mordechai when he himself is a Haman?  


Playing With Fire  
  Playing With Fire  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 5/7/2017, 10:28
 
When a parent burns a child's self image, that's playing with fire. Unless one is careful, the whole relationship of parent and child might go up in smoke...  


Avi  
  Avi's Story  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 1/13/2013, 21:51
 
When we uplift ourselves, we uplift our children, for they mirror us. So, rather than criticizing them, we should do teshuva for the faults we see in them...  


The Easy Hard Test  
  The Easy Hard Test  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Publish date: 12/30/2012, 20:36
 
A Jewish three-year old's first haircut is a beautiful rite of passage that he will hopefully remember fondly for the rest of his life...the toddler becomes a little boy...  


Removing Your Own Stains  
  Removing Your Own Stains  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 12/24/2012, 19:50
 
Anyone who wants to instruct others should first be actively implementing what he wants to teach, otherwise his students will never accept his message...  


Roasting Chestnuts  
  Roasting Chestnuts  
 
By Chaya Golda Ovadia
Publish date: 12/17/2012, 17:11
 
Parents often give little forethought as to the purpose of procreation. Hashem imbued us with the desire to have children but not for our own self-gratification…  


The Parent Whisperer  
  The Parent Whisperer  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Publish date: 11/21/2012, 15:18
 
You didn't become a successful at what you do in life overnight. You worked hard, studied, and weathered so many ups and downs. Becoming a successful parent is no different...  


The Mitzva of "VeShinantam"  
  The Mitzva of "VeShinantam"  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 11/21/2012, 14:32
 
Many parents believe that since they pay taxes or tuition, it's the teacher's obligation to educate their child, while they are absolved of all responsibility...  


A Child’s Eyes  
  A Child’s Eyes  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Publish date: 10/22/2012, 20:44
 
Years of forced discipline will result in one of two things: either the parent/child relationship will be strained, or there will be no relationship to speak of...  


Giving Our Best  
  Giving Our Best  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 1/20/2020, 09:04
 
The first and most important element of child education is parents' education of themselves. A parent must understand that his primary task on earth is to rectify himself...  


Put the Hummus Back!  
  Put the Hummus Back!  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/28/2020, 14:14
 
Parents, don't ever take any custom lightly. Anything we do in the service of Hashem will make a lasting impression on the soul of our children for years to come…  


Discovering My Children  
  Discovering My Children  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 10/16/2012, 18:08
 
This is the candid and amazingly probing confession of a high-powered career woman who came to Israel and completely revamped her priorities in life...  


The Laundry Blues  
  The Laundry Blues  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Update date: 8/20/2020, 19:21
 
We wash those soiled Shabbos shirts, dry them, iron them, and put them on our little darlings. Five minutes later they are covered in grape juice and smothered in chocolate…  


Baby Steps  
  Baby Steps  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 9/23/2012, 19:34
 
Here are the amazingly candid confessions of a highly talented career mother whose children used to take a back seat to her professional aspirations...  


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