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Preparing Your Teens For Their Yeshiva Year In Israel

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Emergencies: Make sure your teen knows who to call and what to do in the event of emergencies.

Health: You want to help your teen prevent illness. Teaching him about proper nutrition, hygiene, and getting medical attention early when ill, will give him the proper basis for a successful yeshiva year.

Open conversation will make this next yeshiva year a successful family affair.

About the Author: Michael Neuman is a certified Life Coach (CTA, accredited through International Life Coaching Federation) who works with teens and young adults. Michael is twenty years old, attending yeshiva and Touro College. He life coaches young adults in person as well as via Skype and phone. To contact him or learn more about his work, call 305-401-5498, visit www.mikeyneuman.com or email mnlifecoaching@gmail.com.


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6 Responses to “Preparing Your Teens For Their Yeshiva Year In Israel”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The purpose of a year in Israel to make them more frum and get their heads emptied from all the negative influences of gentile life which is ant Torah. It often works, but sometimes one parent does not want that change so they sabotage any changes by staying too much in contact with their child to make sure they don't get too religious.

  2. Moshe Maeir says:

    Is this relevant if they go to Israel or only to Eretz Yisroel?

  3. Yair Hakak says:

    I'm not sure the Jewish Press recognizes the existence of Israel.

  4. Moshe Maeir says:

    Yair Hakak They do, they do…

  5. Cody Flecker says:

    Keep your child at home. Abandon Israel as the Israeli Government is abandoning its own citizens in releasing 104 murderers with Jewish Blood on their hands. The Israeli Government is not to be trusted with your child's life. This Netanyahu is not to be trusted with anyone's life. He is a career politician who cares less and less for Israel and its Jews. Do not send your child to Israel.

  6. Cody Flecker says:

    Keep your child at home. Abandon Israel as the Israeli Government is abandoning its own citizens in releasing 104 murderers with Jewish Blood on their hands. The Israeli Government is not to be trusted with your child's life. This Netanyahu is not to be trusted with anyone's life. He is a career politician who cares less and less for Israel and its Jews. Do not send your child to Israel.

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