Do You Want To Feel Good About Your Parenting?

Train yourself to feel worthy, then you will be able to see worthiness in your child. 
How? 
By learning to feel good about yourself, your parenting, and your child!
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Dignity Quest

It's All About Dignity
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What is the noise out there? Your three year old fights with your five year old? What are they fighting about? Are they fighting over a toy? No, they fight over who is more important, more significant, who is worthier and by how much.

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What Good Parents Know that Bad Parents Don’t – the Paradox of Authority

Articles for parents
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Here is the paradox of authority: for many people it seems that children obey parents, where in fact they don’t obey them, and they don’t resist; they simply solve problems together with parents.

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8 Year Old Gets Bored Easily

Parenting Advice
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Parenting advice to a mother. 8 year old is always doing something and he does not know how to be quiet for a minute. He wants to have something to do all the time and gets bored very easily.

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The Image of Dignity

It's All About Dignity
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In order to find an answer to the question “what is dignity?” I was looking for the most relevant image. One day the image of a diamond came to mind. Imagine hills of stones containing uncut diamonds in a diamond mine. They are diamonds in the rough. Yet, each of them has potential value. It […]

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Three Year Old Crier

Parenting Advice
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Three year old cries a lot. Since she was born we had such a difficult time with her, and now she is 3 and still. She wakes up crying all the time, anything happens she would cry…

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Introducing ParentingForEveryone

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Dear parents! You look for the answers on “How to” questions. But the solutions to your parenting problems answer the question “Why.”

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Free Man – The Manifesto of Educators

By S.Soloveychik
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… Each man has his or her values and highest goals in this real world. Yet, there is one highest value, which all other goals and values correspondingly relate to. It is extremely important for teachers and educators to understand what this highest value is…

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Talent of Freedom – Notes to Free Man

By S.Soloveychik
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THIS HAPPENS ALWAYS: some well known concept suddenly comes out from the shadow to the light, from the ordinary – to the most important. Together with this word move on the values scale something very important in our understanding of a man, the relation of people, is enlightening. Thus, in our eyes, almost forgotten word mercifulness has changed, raised for the first place…

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Odd Way To Teach, But It Works

By S.Soloveychik
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During both the summer and winter school vacations, Victor Shatalov, a teacher in Donetsk (Ukraine), travels to various parts of the country, often far from his home — to Murmansk, Petropavlovsk- Kamchatsky, Novosibirsk, Tashkent or Odessa.  In recent years he has covered thousands of miles. Listening to a seven-hour lecture on how to teach mathematics […]

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Are Children Thankful?

By S.Soloveychik
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Children – are thankful people, children – are thankless people. Parents torment a child, compel him to study – it’s ok, he will then say thank you. But if “thank you” is postponed for years, a child grows not knowing gratitude, and his soul is as in darkness.  Is there a lot of utility from […]

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