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The Challenge of Childrearing

The Challenge of Childrearing

How to Be a Good Parent

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The Challenge of Childrearing: How to Be a Good Parent

Tips for developing self-esteem, setting boundaries, and establishing morality and responsibility in our kids’ lives.
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Parenting; Parenthood
Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb is an educator, spiritual mentor and Torah life coach. To learn more, visit her website.
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Haas Family Har Nof, Israel June 1, 2015

Thank you for this Lecture! This lecture is amazing! You give us excellent advice, beautiful haskafos, and the sweetest speaking style imaginable. A parent can feel so empowered after hearing this. We love the Rebbe's quote about how the apple does not fall far from the tree... unless there's a storm.

May you go from strength to strength. Reply

Anonymous Sakaka, audi Arabia. May 18, 2013

The Challenge of Childrearing. My heartedly thanks to an educator Frumma, I started my day watching her video lesson.
I was jotting down her words: 'Calm s strength,being calm is showing children that things are going to be okay.'Awesome!
Another point :"Having clarity for what is okay and what is not."
The climax:"Giving the children consistency,is valuable for them to have sense of responsibility."wow!

My respect and love to every Jewish parents ,and in particular Jewish women. Reply

linda evans May 14, 2013

Morning rush My son has a Sensory Processing Disorder and post traumatic stress disorder from an abuse in our home. He struggles and fights having his teeth brushed so after being inspired by Frumma's morning rush scenario I played a toothbrush game with my son where it tried to get away from him because it didn't want to brush his teeth. After 5 1/2 yrs he co-operated with having his teeth brushed. Yay! Reply

Dorothy Bienen RPB, FLA May 9, 2013

Kol A Kavot.....Frumma!!! I have had the pleasure of hearing you speak before and loved what I heard....again...your advice is priceless and precious...thank you for excellent guidelines....for parents and grandparents! All the best...Dorothy Bienen Reply

galit May 8, 2013

wonderful, positive messages! love this approach Reply

Emily Hoffman Chicago May 7, 2013

Excellent I think you did an excellent job Frumma. I sent the video to a group of close women who I feel are wonderful mothers because I think I will be a better mother since watching this video. It is not rocket science but so well put and in practical terms, it should be a must for moms! Really impressed, thank you. Reply

Efrat Zarren-Zohar Miami May 7, 2013

"You can be a loving, mushy, gushy parent WITH BOUNDARIES."
I love that phrase!
Words that come from the heart, enter the heart.
Great vid, thx Frumma Reply

Sophia Boswell ny, y May 2, 2013

discussion Wonderful discussion toda. I have a 3 month old son, so I'm always looking for observant ways of teaching not only my son but myself. Reply

Chana Schoenberg Israel May 1, 2013

good going frumma--prior to listening to this I was in a blue mood particularly about my parenting skills specifically on how I could have done better raising my kinds, you know the script: shoulds and the woulds and the if onlys...your talk was encouraging, uplifting and came at the right time..........thanks and ps. I like your dress, great colors Reply

EWARD CLIFTON April 28, 2013

GOOD!! Reply

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