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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.
Clearly, people can find parenting some kids to be hard, disappointing, frustrating, overwhelming or even just tedious. Since this isn’t the way parents are “supposed” to feel, those who don’t enjoy parenting usually keep it to themselves...
Those who communicate with harsh language, hurtful words or ugly gestures will lose more than they will ever gain by their “honesty.” They will lose love...
Parenting brings out the best – and the worst – in everyone. No matter how much we love our children, we will find ourselves saying and doing things that we later regret...
We spew fountains of information aimed at helping them grow and improve. It seems counterintuitive that we should stop talking and listen...
Although children aren't stupid, this doesn't mean that they are able to properly digest and process all of the circumstances of their young lives...
Both husbands and wives can ask each other to change some aspect of their behavior in order to bring about improvement. This is not the same as trying to control one’s partner...
Oh, we might have one or two really easy children – children who were born sunny side up and barely need guidance from us. But many of us have children on the opposite end of the spectrum...
Spouses are known to behave badly at times. They whine. They nag. They criticize, complain, lecture and rant. They forget. They neglect their responsibilities. They neglect themselves. They neglect us!
The Talmud explains that smiling at someone is an even higher form of charity than giving him money, because the smile will enhance the recipient's well-being on every level of body and soul...
During negative cycles, spouses often feel overwhelmed and hopeless. "I never should have married this person. I'll never experience true love." Usually, the sufferer waits for the spouse to somehow change the cycle. However, the wait can be a long one – ...
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