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Mirish Kiszner

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How to Discipline by Setting Limits
Ten minutes of dancing with your child will save you two hours of discipline. A child who's aware of his greatness is a child who will seek to act in great ways...
Quiet reigned in the little cottage; all the household members had long since retired for the night. Joyfully the host rushed about, serving his guest a glass of warm tea and pastry...
Life on Kibbutz Lavi
The land was rocky, the stones needed to be removed by hand, and in the first two years, the lack of water in the area necessitated water to be trucked in daily. Yet these youngsters persisted...
Opening the Door to Happiness and Serenity
Though it may appear that love engenders a giving attitude, actually, giving is what brings about love. A person comes to love the one to whom he gives...
"A rabbi!" the landowner exclaimed. "I, too, am the grandson of a rabbi!" This astonishing statement, uttered loudly to the shock of all the passengers, had reached the ears of the rabbi himself...
The Holtzbergs’ role in Bhagirath Prasad’s long journey home
The storm began when at eighteen, Bhagirath, emerging from his sheltered childhood, began to question his religious roots. Every home he’d visit boasted several idols . . .
How to help a child who can't make up her mind
The very act of deciding limits us; it strips us of the illusion of freedom we have when all options are open to us...
The chassid hurried through the streets of Karlin, heading to the home of Rabbi Aharon. Suddenly a Russian policeman stood before him, blocking his path. Immediately the chassid’s hands were bound . . .
I badger my husband for everything, from the tie he chooses to wear, to the way he talks to me, to the odd hours he keeps. Of course, my criticism doesn't help anyone. How can I learn to bite my tongue?
Dealing with a problem-prone child
My son is the one who will spill the milk, spoil the game, and if nothing else, will manage to find something to complain about. Sometimes, I just cannot deal with the constant chaos that surrounds him.
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