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Tzippora Price

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Tzippora Price, M.Sc. is a marital and family therapist working in private practice in Ramat Beit Shemesh. She is also an acclaimed mental health journalist, and has been writing articles to increase community awareness of mental health issues for the past 14 years. She is the author of two parenting books, Mother In Progress, and Mother In Action, and a psycho-educational novel Into the Whirlwind. She can be contacted via email.
My son came home from kindergarten with scratches on his neck. When I called the teacher to ask what happened, she explained that he did it to himself . . .
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With so many experts and pundits on parenting, whose advice should I follow?
The fact that so many theories exist shows that no one method has been proven to work for all parents and all children...
My husband and I are divorcing. We have three young children and despite my own pain, I'm most concerned with how my children will respond to this upheaval. How do we break the news to the kids, and what should we tell them?
Why Are Some Kids so Difficult?
I wish I could say that as a mother I love all of my kids equally. But no matter how much I lecture myself, or try to pretend, the truth is that some of them just seem to push all my buttons and put me on edge.
It is challenging for a parent to know when to help a child find a suitable activity and when to wait it out, until the child is able to break through their boredom and emerge into the new world on the other side...
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