Parenting News

BY By Lisa (Elisheva) Rabinowitz
August 13, 2013

Adolescence is a transitional time in which teenagers move from childhood into adulthood. The psychological and physical changes that occur during this period alter their view of themselves, their family, their friends and the world around them. They don’t want to be seen as children, but instead, they desire to be viewed as adults. They CONTINUE »

BY Meredith Jacobs
July 31, 2013

I knew it would be George. I joked after the birth of His Royal Highness, the Prince of Cambridge, “I’m thinking David, after Diana. King David has a nice ring to it.” Joking because not only is David not a traditional British royal name, there is no way the Queen would allow the third in CONTINUE »

Healthy marriages make healthy children
BY Lisa (Elisheva) Rabinowitz
July 3, 2013

When husbands and wives communicate their love for each other on a daily basis, they strengthen the foundation of their marriage. The expression “I love you” contains only three words, but for some spouses, it is hard to articulate these words. One of my clients stated, “My spouse knows how I feel, why do I CONTINUE »

July 3, 2013

Q: My 10-year-old daughter recently earned about $200 by helping at a day camp. To her, it seems like a fortune. She now wishes to use that money to buy herself extra junk food and the things she claims all of her friends have. It kills me to see her squandering her money, but she CONTINUE »

BY Emily Minton
June 26, 2013

For many Jewish teens, the culmination of their involvement in Judaism comes at the age of 12 or 13 when they read their Torah portion and celebrate at their bar or bat mitzvah party. While some teens will go on to complete confirmation classes and may be involved with a Jewish youth group, many will CONTINUE »