Chodesh Tov! Wishing you all a wonderful new month of Shevat. Rosh Chodesh now means that in place of Parsha Parenting, this week we have another installment in the wonderful parenting series written by Eydl Reznik.
This month we learn how focusing on meeting the basic physical needs of our entire family (including ourselves) can help our children achieve optimal emotional happiness and physical health. And interestingly enough, how the cycle of basic human needs, now confirmed by modern medicine, was in fact written about by the Jewish scholar, the Rambam, over 1000 years ago! Amazing food for thought, and hopefully a push in the right direction for all of us, to take our family's health seriously, and make the changes that are necessary. No one said it's easy, but ignoring the facts can make things even more difficult. Take some time and read this article and we'd love to hear what you think!
Please click here for the complete article, Jewish Parenting Part 3: Meeting Basic Needs
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