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Sarah Chana Radcliffe

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Sarah Chana Radcliffe is the author of The Fear Fix, Make Yourself at Home and Raise Your Kids Without Raising Your Voice. Sign up for her Daily Parenting Posts.
Smiling and loving are related; they are both activities of harmony and unity. Both bring people together, melting away differences and conflict.
Parents are often so intent on teaching that they overlook a critical aspect of education: the teaching strategy.
Is there anything I can do to turn things around at this late date, or is it just too late?
Although parents may feel awkward about insisting that their child thank them, they need to remember that this thanking is not for their own sake, but for the child’s sake.
Our sages tell us that we should aim to avoid extremes in our personal expression and experiences of emotions. But when it comes to anger, we are admonished to remove it entirely.
Strange things happen when we get hurt . . .
We know it all: G‑d has a plan. It’s all for the good. Think positively. And we so badly want to say all these things to our loved ones when they are having a hard time. But sharing these pearls of spiritual wisdom at the wrong time can have very bad resu...
Kids get upset a lot. Adults do too. In fact, miserable feelings are a gift from G‑d, a signal that something is wrong and needs to be fixed.
We know way too much. Information from every corner of the world comes flooding in, and much of it is not good—tragedy, terror, trauma . . .
How can I turn my lazy, self-centered youngster into a responsible and caring member of this household?
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