Love your Children with all your Senses - R. Yemima Mizrachi
What is a child’s very first need when he is born? "Your child’s physical needs are almost petty when it comes to fulfilling his emotional needs. If you want him to feel that he is somebody, there is no one in the world who can transmit this message to him better than you"
Children’s Involvement in Running the Home
Our job as parents is to give our children the skills necessary to become self-sufficient. Running a home is a basic skill that each child is entitled to learn. Each will someday have a home of his or her own. Relying on strangers to manage the household is not an optimal situation
They Don’t Deserve Everything
A child needs to understand that he can’t get everything he wants. This understanding will only do him good
My Very First Prayer Book
The moment in which I received my first Siddur, was special and exciting. Now that my son is about to receive his very own Siddur, I pray that his excitement will accompany him throughout his life
Message to Parents: Compliment, But Don’t Exaggerate
It turns out that even compliments in parenting have a limit
What Are Children Looking for Outside the Home? Love!
A child cannot live in a vacuum, and when he is missing something at home, he will search for it in other places
In this short clip, Rabbi Zamir Cohen gives a few good tips on how to discipline children in the proper way.
Child Education Based on Character
In this short clip, Rabbi Zamir Cohen gives a few practical tips on how to channel a child's personality in the best way possible.
Choosing a Name for a Child
In this short clip, Rabbi Zamir Cohen gives us some basic tips on how to choose a proper name for a child.
Setting the Tone at Home
When a father comes home, he must strip himself of the “general’s clothes” and assume the role of husband and father. This transition must take place the moment he enters his home
The Path to Our Children’s Heart
How can we achieve educating our children, with the maximum love and attention for each child's individual needs? Rabbi Zamir Cohen delivers a sensational lecture on parenting, a must for all parents