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    How to deal with a rebellious Child?

    The Avner Institute presents two fascinating audiences Rabbi Aron Dov Sufrin had with the Rebbe on how to deal with kids rebelling, in what language to teach - Yiddish vs. English, and how to cope with high anxiety. Full Story

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    Thank you for sharing!
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    Thank you for sharing!
    A brilliant Rebbe
    Guest
    A brilliant Rebbe

    The Rebbe always spoke and wrote to the point with sechel. How lucky are we that the Sufrin’s are sharing this wealth of knowledge with us. Thanks and continue posting it.

    amazing
    Guest
    amazing

    ppl need it these days

    Chani S.
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    Chani S.

    Great article !
    Perhaps the title could read, “How to work with, teach, help, guide, assist, respond to…, etc…”

    Every Neshama has special challenges to overcome that take a lot of time and effort. To deal with something may sometimes sound like an inaccurate term in these delicate situations.

    Thank you for sharing these important articles on Chinuch. In today’s generation, we truly need the guidance, support, consistency, and individual love that the Rebbe continues to lead us with.

    Thank you collive!
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    Thank you collive!

    very interesting!

    minyan gabbai
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    minyan gabbai

    please publish more of Rev.ADs works.

    More of these treasures!
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    More of these treasures!

    I believe the material presented here (and more) is available here (in PDF format) from a Sufrin family teshura:

    http://www.teshura.com/teshurapdf/Sufrin-Lerner%20-%20Sivan%2011,%205763.pdf

    distressed mom
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    distressed mom

    I’d like to be de-stressed instead of distressed. I went recently to a place where I met a woman who had been a teacher of two of my kids. When I mentioned my kids’ names, the teacher was very bland and very uninterested. I realized it must be because one of those kids were not fully chassidish. This to me was so pathetic. I could never do that to someone because I would only want to do what would help, and this negativity is just foolish. A good word, ask how the kids are, make a smile. Anything. Just think… Read more »

    More On Yiddish
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    More On Yiddish

    The Following from the Igros of the Rebbe: Igros Kodesh Vol 15 pg 84: Greetings and Blessings! After a long interruption, both your letters were received with the attached. The Pidyon will be read at the Tzion of the Rebbe my father-in-law. The interruption in your correspondence until now is surprising as is the omission in your letter about fixed times to learn chassidus – both by yourself and with others. With regard to your question as to which language you should use in learning with the Bochurim and students: Since it is necessary to inform them of G-d’s Mitzvos… Read more »

    More On Yiddish 2
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    More On Yiddish 2

    A Yechidus with Senator Frank Lautenberg… [The Rebbe had asked Mr Frank Lautenberg to put on Teffilin. Someone asks: Does he not have to learn the brochos or the language, to read Hebrew?] the Rebbe responds: You can do all these thing in English, [Someone asks: All this in English? and the Rebbe responds: in English!, and then the Rebbe continues]: Every boy or girl that is approaching, and does not understand Hebrew or Yiddish, should do all these things in English, it is a pity on the time loss, I am not for …. the Yeshivos who are very… Read more »

    minyan gabbai
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    minyan gabbai

    thanks #7

    So why do the schools still insist on Yiddish???
    Guest
    So why do the schools still insist on Yiddish???

    The Rebbe says it clearly!
    Parents who would like their kids to learn in Yiddish do chazorah with them in Yiddish. Why have many student struggling with yiddish rather then learning the topic?

    nice
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    nice

    -its really nice

    great job
    Guest
    great job

    thank you sufrins for posting this keep posting

    thanks collive
    Guest
    thanks collive

    thanks collive for teaching us what the rebbe says

    Why was this not publicised 50 years ago?
    Guest
    Why was this not publicised 50 years ago?

    So much aggravation for nothing? Some of my brothers who went through this system have been put off learning for life. It was soul destroying. Now they teach in English, but I think that has more to do with the government insisting on it, than with the Rebbe.

    love how my Zeide is still guiding me from up above
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    love how my Zeide is still guiding me from up above

    thank You Zeide – perfect timing 🙂

    very very insightful
    Guest
    very very insightful

    illuminating the yiddish/english debate. lets ensure that our kids understand and love the torah first. lets not lose another generation of kids who dread the process of tytching!!

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