I think the only way to reach your husband is through positive reinforcement.
The best part of the toolbox (and a point that Ness emphasizes in her book numerous times) is that it’s not about innate knowledge, talent or intelligence.
I can't seem to say anything and I do not know what to do.
While Robinson is firmly against the educational systems we have in place, I believe there is definitely value to what we do today.
Marriage is hard work. My husband and I both had to change the way in which we behaved.
Parents are frustrated by their inability to get clear information about the right thing the [X] family has apparently figured out.
With the advent of the Internet, however, our generation has entered into a period of time of instant communication.
He believes that the best way to get ahead in life is to build character.
He constantly bad mouths me and encourages them to disobey me.
We know that the child is cognitively capable, so we ask ourselves, “Why can’t he just act like everyone else?”
I can feel the tears starting to form...
Understanding the hot-cold empathy gap can help those in shidduchim comprehend how their actions might influence their dates.
We must compliment our children on their internal beauty so they will feel that their character has worth and value.