The Fragile Child

Ten indispensable rules for raising a very sensitive, highly emotional child.

Be a Playful Parent

It’s one of the best parenting skills, and your children will love it too.

Nurturing Gifted Children

The five most important things to be aware of in raising gifted children.

Ten Phrases Not to Say to Our Kids

Some things are better left unsaid.

The Vanishing American Adult

How to raise kids with the resilience to face life’s challenges.

10 Yiddish Sayings about Jewish Mothers

Great lines to share on mother’s day.

Dear Guilt: A Mother’s Day Letter Every Mother Needs to Read

Ever since my first child was born you’ve been undermining my confidence. Enough is enough.

Why Less is More for Your Kids

The power of simplicity parenting to raise happier, more secure children.

A Very Brief Guide for Step-Parents

Some practical wisdom I’ve been forced to learn.

Six Afikomen Presents to Give Your Children

Items of lasting value to give your kids this Passover.

When Spouse and Child are Against You

How to ensure you and your spouse are united and build better bonds in your family.

Jewish Wisdom on Raising My ADHD Son

Each of us is given different traits, inclinations, capabilities. The only question is: what do we choose to do with them?

3 Ways to Help Your Child Deal with a Stressful Situation

How to help your kids bounce back after going through a nerve-wracking experience.

3 Ways to Raise Kind Kids

Teaching our children to bring the light of goodness to a dark world.

7 Ways to Help Strong-Willed Kids Listen

How to avoid resistance and combat and win their cooperation.

7 Phrases that Stop Bad Behavior in its Tracks

Using these mantras often can turn some of the most difficult parenting moments around.

3 Steps to Help Your Child Talk about Difficult Things

This is about his ability to trust and share, not about you knowing the details of the story.

Is Your Child Getting Enough Vitamin N?

It may be the most important thing you can give them.

8 Ways to Cultivate Happiness in Your Child

Nurturing optimism in yourself and your family.

Where has Zaidy Gone?

A new book teaches parents how to talk about death with kids.

How to Raise Leaders

Instill these five essential traits.

The 5 Best Hanukkah Gifts to Give to Your Children

This year, give the greatest gifts money can’t buy.

Our Children are Listening

It’s how we speak and treat each other every day that makes the deepest impact on our children.

A Timeless Gift for Hanukkah

For eight days, the glow of our menorah will be augmented by the darkness of my smartphone.

Mindset: Ten Transformative Quotes on Teaching Children to Grow

How to instill real confidence and embrace failure as part of the learning process.

8 Things You Shouldn’t Say to Your Children

Including “Who spilled the milk?” and “How was school today?”

Awesome Jars: A Transformational Tool for your Family

Instilling the art of acknowledging the good into your home.

4 Parenting Skills You Can’t Live Without

Simple and effective communication techniques that make a huge difference.

How to Build a Happy Second Marriage

What a remarried couple needs to know to start their blended family on the right foot.

3 Ways to Give Your Family a Spiritual Makeover

The High Holidays are an ideal time to strengthen the spiritual well-being of your home.

8 Ways to Stop Yelling at Your Kids

Practical tools that work, even when the honey spills everywhere.

Best Parenting Tip: Be a Great Spouse

Treating each other with utmost love and respect gives your children the greatest gift imaginable.

Bless Your Children

5 lessons I’ve learned from blessing my kids Friday night.

Your First Day of School

Six quick lessons I'm sharing with my children.

Family Bonding

The three most important traits every family needs.

Unconditional Acceptance versus Boundaries

Each strategy is critical for different tasks: to regulate a child’s behavior and to build a child’s emotional health.

Seven Common Parenting Mistakes

Because a wise parent learns from the mistakes of others.

5 Life Lessons I Learned from My Teenagers

My teen kids have been at sleepover camp for one week and I actually miss them to pieces.

6 Summer Activities for Bonding with Your Kids

Summer vacation can become a cherished time for strengthening our relationships with our children.

Because My Father Believes in Me

My dad was there at 3 AM helping me train for the Boston marathon. He was there when I crossed the finish line too.

Father Still Knows Best

TV dad Jim Anderson may be from the 1950s, but he could teach today's fathers a thing or two.

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