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 Children and Education Children and Education
 
 
Imperfect is Perfect  
  Imperfect is Perfect  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 12/29/2020, 16:10
 
We were still not accepting that our autistic child was Hashem’s will, meant for our very best. For years, we fought vainly against Hashem’s loving-kindness…  


Stolen Innocence  
  Stolen Innocence  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 6/21/2020, 08:18
 
Many of the parents who are horrified at the violence directed at their children are the very same parents who allow their children to be inundated with simulated violence...  


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: 12/25/2019, 08:18
 
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…  


The Missing Watch  
  The Missing Watch  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/23/2020, 08:18
 
A lesson for parents! Here's how one teacher's love for his student saved a life and brought the student to full teshuva...  


The Might of Manners  
  The Might of Manners  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 7/5/2020, 11:13
 
Knowing how to express appreciation for what we are given and to consider the feelings of others is the beginning of emotional intelligence...  


"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 Greatest Reward  
  The Greatest Reward  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 5/28/2020, 13:53
 
A true partnership and commitment to Hashem will bring us the greatest reward when we pass along His teachings to our children and to future generations…  


Lasting Victory  
  Lasting Victory  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Update date: 4/29/2020, 14:30
 
Dr. Zev Ballen risked the controversy of the local anti-sports faction to run a basketball clinic for dozens of boys; he taught them more than dribbling a ball…  


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…  


The First Haircut  
  The First Haircut  
 
By Tal Rotem
Update date: 5/28/2020, 09:10
 
Chassidim as well as other Orthodox Jews wait until a male child reaches the age of three before his first haircut, during a ceremony known as the Chalakeh...  


A Misused Torah  
  A Misused Torah  
 
By Racheli Reckles
Update date: 8/23/2020, 08:24
 
Why are many people more concerned with how thick their stockings are, or how long their payos (sidecurls) are, than how they’ve treated their families?  


The Ketuba Rabbi  
  The Ketuba Rabbi  
 
By Rivka Levy
Update date: 5/28/2020, 10:45
 
Why all the miscarriages? The ketuba was checked, and sure enough, instead of writing meta'im zuzim (200 coins) the officiating rabbi had written metim zazim (dead moving)...  


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?  


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