About the Author


Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych.Assoc.

Sarah Chana Radcliffe practices psychology in Toronto, Canada. She is the author of  Make Yourself at Home (Menucha Press 2012), The Fear Fix HarperCollins 2013) and Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice (HarperCollins 2006).


Advice for the Just Married

Practical, realistic tips for newly marrieds.

Making Your Kids Happy

You can't. Here's what you can do instead.

The Secret Guide to Successful Parenting, Part 1

The mitzvah of honoring parents provides with a fail proof curriculum for teaching your kids how to be a mensch.

Wild Boys

Help! My kids are out of control and I'm a stress case because of it!

Tantrums

Teaching children how to communicate respectfully no matter what they are feeling.

Amazon Choices

What Amazon.com teaches us about free will and spiritual growth.

Stopping Lashon Hara

A primer on how to raise our children to look at the positive and speak well about others.

The Art of Positive Reinforcement

What you praise and criticize is what you get. So be careful!

Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice

Proven strategies that reduce the need for discipline.

The Positive - Negative Ratio

Of course you love your child. But in the midst of all the daily demands and negativity, does your child really know this?

Jealousy_

Combating jealousy begins with the realization that God gives everyone just what exactly what he needs.

The Parenting Game

Good parenting means paying attention to the uniqueness of each child.

Cultivating Kindness

Tools for inspiring our kids to stretch beyond their comfort zones and become givers.

Judging Others Favorably

Giving people the benefit of the doubt applies to children too. In fact judging our children favorably is the most effective tool for teaching them this powerful commandment.

Anger

Children who fly into temper tantrums may be modeling their behavior on parents who use anger as a teaching tool.

Instilling Humility in Children

Don't equate humility with weakness. The truly humble person is the strongest of all, as the example of Moses aptly demonstrates.

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