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    Tools To Protect Kids From Drugs

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    So true
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    So true

    So well Said !!!

    So true
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    So true

    So well said. Thank you Dina for bringing this up. Giving your kids a hobby they love , even if financially it’s difficult it’s the best investment. I heard the same thing from Rabbi Manis Friedman.

    Lots of food for thought ....
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    Lots of food for thought ....

    Powerful messages.
    Thank you so much, and please keep them coming.

    Love this, more please IYH!
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    Love this, more please IYH!

    Great short discussion. In a longer version would be great to give more examples about how to help children feel they belong in the family and develop family culture. Also how can a parent help guide a child that feels they have no passion. We see that often and both sides get discouraged!

    So important. Plus.
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    So important. Plus.

    I love this. And-but one needs to include in such a conversation the necessary adjustments to the self (if you’re the parent) if the child’s passion and purpose don’t align with yours. It’s one thing to have communication and creating an relationship where the child feels safe talking about “any” issue. Quite another, when they’d like to talk about or be accepted for something that doesn’t resonate with you. In fact, saying, “in this house we do x” seems ripe for the challenge where the child wants to do different;y. Does he then NOT belong? Can he NOT talk about… Read more »

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    Thank you for the feedback. We will try and address your follow up suggestions in a future episode.

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