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The Kabbalah of Parenthood

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The Kabbalah of Parenthood

The parents’ behavior and virtue significantly affects the molding of their child from the very earliest of stages and onward.
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Parenting; Parenthood, Tanya

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Julie UK March 12, 2012

boundaries I think that what you describe is a wonderful ideal of parenthood and I agree with you but I think there is one thing worse than no boundaries and that is inconsistency. If a child has no boundaries they will seek them from outside the family - they may be lucky or they may flounder dreadfully but for the child who is confused because one minute there is tollerance and the next there is judgement and punishment, there can only be pain and mental disturbance. Parents should be wary of this. Reply

Host, Michael Chighel, talks to some of the world's greatest experts about the masterpiece of Hasidic thought, the book of Tanya.
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