child parent communication

Why AHA!Parent ?

AHA! Process for Parents
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Turn your pushed buttons off! Children are your spiritual teachers. When they push your buttons they remind you that there is something you should work on. When you want to improve your child the best result comes from your own work on your own attitudes toward yourself, toward your child, toward the world. Using the […]

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Language of Desires

By S.Soloveychik
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A tenth grade boy complained to me, “Why is it so?  For sixteen years I live together with my parents and we still can’t find any common language?” We may describe all our difficulties with children as an inability to find a common language with them.  The child doesn’t understand us!  “How many times have […]

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Who Sow the Seeds of Evil?

By S.Soloveychik
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Of course, we ourselves sow the seeds of evil, nobody else. Evil is born in the soul of a child more or less as a sickness is.  A medical encyclopedia writes: there are two causes of sicknesses – breaks and defenses.  When a grain of sand flies into an eye, an organism begins to fight […]

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Communication Parents Want to Have – A Common Language

Articles for parents
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Why is it so difficult to find a common language with children? “Common language – is not a language of command and obedience, instead it is a language of desires,” says Simon Soloveychik in Parenting For Everyone. While making a connection with children parents should remember that the soul of a child is longing for communication, communication not with another man, but with the soul of that man.

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Communication Parents Want to Have – Connecting with Children

Articles for parents
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Parenting assumes three different actions: to manage, to teach and to communicate with children. Parents think about parenting as management and teaching. But the third component, communication, is often not taken into consideration in the relationship with children.

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