All parents want the best of their children.
But for Jewish parents, the task is especially unique.
We want the to know that they're loved. We want them to be happy. We want them to grow up to be well-adjusted, emotionally healthy, and successful Torah Jews.
How can we find the delicate balance between parenting with love and parenting with authority?
What practical tools can we use to achieve our goals?
Now, finally back in print, The Delicate Balance: Love and Authority in Torah Parenting, offers parents practical and positive tools for parenting the Torah way.
The author, Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych. Assoc., is a seasoned therapist, international lecturer, MIshpacha columnist, and author of bestselling books including Teen Esteem and Aizer K'negdo.
This book explores a complete range of parenting strategies, including conveying love, building trust, and developing effective disciplinary skills.
Parenting scenarios are presented with "right way" and "wrong way" dialogues to illustrate specific parenting skills and their consequences, giving us day-to-day examples that we can learn and live by.
Parenting is a delicate game of give and take.
Find the balance is the goal.