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Something Spiritual on Parshat Toldot
Parents and children should both have nachas and Jewish joy from each other.
Reflecting on her life work as an educator on campus, on cutting edge technology, and on the central image of the educator in Chabad's theological teachings, a veteran shluchah gets to the heart of how our own lives transform the lives of others.
How to truly impress your kids
Discover what’s most important in conveying life’s values to our children.
I observe a mom next to me, looking over at her son caressing a dog. He is two; the dog is not his own.
Demanding obedience is a card parents often pull as leverage in a power struggle. But have the children learned anything meaningful?
Here are all the things I want to tell her, and to tell all those teenage girls out there . . . all the things I wished someone told me . . .
I was left with a strange feeling that I was out of step with much of America. For my kids don’t know who these celebrities are, and my husband and I have no intention of telling them...
Do we take enough time to look into our child’s eyes, to touch their hand, to really talk? “In one minute, when I finish this phone call.” “Let me just clean up and I’ll be right with you.” The problem is that “one minute” is never just one minute, and th...
A recent study showed that kids thought their parents wanted them to be rich and famous rather than good and upright. What messages are we sending our children about what we value in life?
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