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Partners With Hashem
Effective guidelines for successful parenting
By Dr. Meir Wikler (Author)
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Catalog #: PWHH
Binding: Hardcover / Pages: 295
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches / Weight: 1.40 LBS
Published: by ArtScroll Mesorah Publications
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Are you a parent, a partner with Hashem in raising His children and yours? If so, are youover-stressed, under-appreciated, boxed in, burned out, overwhelmed? Good chance! Arent we all, sometimes?For over 25 years, parents, children, and educators have been helped and guided by Dr. Meir Wikler, one of the Orthodox communitys leading therapists and family counselors. He knows the problems and he has helped countless people achieve happiness and fulfillment.
Cheerfully, wisely, and with an eye not only to what is right, but what is doable, Wikler deals with such subjects as:instilling self-esteem in children; managing sibling rivalry; the right approaches to discipline; coping with homework; I dont want to go to school; understanding adolescents; divorce and remarriage; preparing children for marriage; and thats not all!
How many of these subjects affect you? If youre alive on this planet, many of them.
The authors down-to-earth advice is based on traditional Torah sources, the guidance of distinguished Torah authorities, interaction with a peer group, and a fruitful career of successfully helping hundreds and hundreds of parents and children. Many of the chapters are expanded and adapted from articles that originally appeared in the Jewish Observer and other publications.
This is not an ivory tower book -- it is generously laced with real case histories (disguised to protect the identities of the subjects) to show how problems are analyzed and treated, and how goals are achieved. The author is practical and realistic, and thats why so many people seek his advice. Now, in these pages, he is coming to you. The author is sensitive to the fears of parents, the insecurities of children, and the problems and possibilities of rebbes and teachers. His assessments are based on reality and his solutions are founded on the art of the possible.
This book is packed with practical wisdom. Raising children and keeping a family on an even keel are always exciting -- Partners With Hashem will make them more successful.
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Table of Contents
Part One: Laying the Foundations for Successful Parenting
Part Two: Building Character; Teaching Middos
- Becoming a Partner with Hashem: An Introduction
- Where to Make Your Home: An Out of Towner's Dilemma
- Picking Priorities: Planting An AiSheL in Your Home
Part Three: Establishing Structure and Setting LimitsPart Four: Managing the Dynamics of Family Life
- Implanting Self-Esteem in Children: How, When, and Why?
- Candyman for a Day: Teaching Hakaras Hatov
- My Child the Collector: Two Sides of the Coin of Tzedakah Campaigns
Part Five: Dealing With School and CampPart Six: Avoiding Overexposure and OverprotectionPart Seven: Understanding Adolescents
- Coming Home: An Opportunity and a Challenge
- The Shabbos Table: An X-ray of Family Interaction
- A Parent's Survival Guide to Sibling Rivalry
Part Eight: Preparing Children for Successful Marriages
- What Is Adolescent Turmoil?
- The Casualties of Success: How Successful People Sometimes Fail Their Teenage Children
- Parents Getting Down About Teenagers Not Getting Up
- Parenting a Troubled Adolescent in a Torah Home: Where Did We Go Wrong? What Can We Do Now?
Part Nine: Confronting Divorce and Remarriage
- Preparation for Marriage: Prevention of Divorce
- An Outline for Premarital Guidance
- Teaching Children What to Look for in a Spouse
- Coping with Rejection in Shidduchim and Dating
- Two 'Ex's' and a 'Why?': Parenting Children After Divorce
- From Step-Families to Blended Families: Parenting Children After Remarriage