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You Asked, I Answered! – Teenage Myths And Facts, Reading Benchmarks, And Bedtime

There’s a lot of work taking place during adolescence that is necessary for teens to develop core character traits for the future. Teens who test boundaries and who have the passion to explore are working on themselves.

Beyond The Classroom: Life Skills

What are these life skills? Why does your child need these life skills? How can you they gain and practice these life skills?

Dear Dr. Yael

The purposely look down and away if I try to smile in their direction.

Constructive Anger

Crying is the body’s natural way of releasing painful emotions and then healing.

Money And Parenting: Why Money Is Your Children’s Business

Can’t we keep them innocent of all of this money stuff for just a little bit longer?

Dear Dr. Yael

We went for therapy many years ago and today people refer to us as a couple with a very good marriage.

Talk About Art, Change Your Life

Looking at art and describing what we see, helps sharpen our visual intelligence and communicate more effectively.

Dear Dr. Yael

I want us to be able to grow together and get closer to Hashem.

Stretch For Your Goals

The top of your to-do list should contain your “stretch” goal. This is your long-term goal like running the marathon.

Literacy And Justice For All

When surrounded by books on a range of topics from science fiction and World War II to graphic novels and deep sea exploration, students will uncover a thrilling and electrifying world.

A 2016 Bully Update

What can we, as a community, do to fight and prevent bullying? There are several important steps we can take, and thankfully, many yeshivos are beginning to implement these essential changes.

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