Join Live at 8:30 PM: With so much going on, children are prone to develop harmful stress and anxiety. In a parenting workshop, R’ Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin will offer guidance and tips for raising children who are resilient, happy and stress-free.
By Anash.org reporter
“My child has fears.” “My daughter suffers from anxiety.”
Over the course of their school years, many children will show signs of stress and anxiety. Whether it will stem from school issues such as grades or social pressures, home issues, or world issues that they hear about, children are likely to internalize those stresses and become anxious.
What can we do for them? How can we prime our children not to be stressed by their challenges?
R’ Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin spent over 8 years in prison and developed a process to deal with his challenges. Today, he travels the world telling his story and inspiring his listeners to greater emuna and peace of mind.
In this workshop, R’ Rubashkin will speak specifically about how to convey that to children with their particular stresses. He will provide practical guidance and tips on what parents can do to raise happier and calmer kids.
The workshop will take place Tuesday, 16 Shvat – January 18, 8:30-9:30 PM, and will be streamed live on Anash.org.
Q&A will follow the presentation. Questions can be emailed in advance to [email protected]
The event is organized by Anash Chinuch and Gidulim.
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I had to go to public school. There were no credit cards in the 1950s-1960s and no money to send me to Yeshiva. I kept all halachos, took off for Yomim Tovim. In those days gym was separate for girls and boys. I belonged to GAA, girls athletic association. One earned points for coming early in the morning. Then came the final weekend. It included Shabbos. One needed the weekend to earn 50 points to earn a ‘letter’. I explained that I couldn’t come because it included Shabbos. The teacher gave me the ‘letter’ even though I had 47 points. My junior high school core teacher asked me to explain the Yomim Tovim to the class. This class had students who had been in juvenile prison already. There I was, explaining Yom Tov to Blacks, criminals, and a mix of non-Jews. HaShem helped me all the way from K-12 with only a few incidents of anti-Semitism.
Nice! יהי רצון שיהיו צאצאי מעיך כמוך.
They respect those that respect themselves