Siegel argues against timeouts saying that they teach children that when they are struggling they are on their own and do not have parents to help them.
There is halacha and then what is in the spirit of halacha.
Arguments against giving any vaccines are naive and hollow.
If your child is upset, he will most likely not want you to ask him lots of questions or give him a lot of advice about the problem right away.
Write about your feelings. Keeping a journal can help you express exactly what you are feeling, and force you to be honest with yourself.
Unfortunately, for some children, social learning does not happen naturally, especially those with Asperger’s or other disorders on the autism spectrum.
Don't focus on the negatives, that's the easy thing to do.
The eight stages are usually by age (though in some cases the ages are fluid).
What in my experiential memory can help me understand what is being said to me and some of the wound beyond the bandages I see?
If Hashem were talking to you, would you interrupt to answer your cell phone?
Each part of the brain does its own job and together they generate a coherent whole.
Hashem gives us a refuah; how dare we not use it?
How often do you worry? I can’t stop worrying. I don’t really worry much at all. Not constantly, but occasionally. Pretty frequently. You might call me a...
What should I say if someone asks me what happened?
I’ve put together some of the most frequently asked questions regarding bullies, friendship and learning disabilities.
There are times when a psychiatrist will over-medicate, which is why it's important to find a psychiatrist whom you trust and feel comfortable with.
“Worrying is carrying tomorrow's load with today's strength – carrying two days at once. It is moving into tomorrow ahead of time. Worrying doesn't...
Dr. Yael Respler is taking a well-deserved vacation this week and asked Eilon Even-Esh to share some thoughts with her readers in her stead.