Archive - May 2015

When Parenting and Freedom Clash And How You Can Benefit From It

Fifteen years into being a parent and I still wonder, sometimes, whether freedom in my current reality is only an illusion. Maybe it’s even a lie I tell myself. Like Lisa, whose question I’m answering today, I make a conscious effort to experience more freedom because I want to feel like I choose to do the things that I do as a mother and homemaker. A low-quality picture of a middle-aged man holding a baby went totally viral online over the last two weeks. The picture, featuring Professor Sydney Engelberg, was taken here at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, my[…]

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Interview: Shelly Lefkoe & Noga Hullman Discuss The Ways We Make Our Kids Feel Unimportant And How To Reverse It

The joke I heard this week was very timely and worth retelling: a genie paid a visit to a young mother, in honor of Mother’s Day. “You’ve been working so hard”, he told her, “Ask for anything you want, and it shall be granted.” “I would like my husband to look only at me!” the woman said. …So the genie turned her into an iPad. If you share my fear, that this insightful genie may turn your children into a Smartphone next “Children’s Day”, today’s episode with veteran parenting expert Shelly Lefkoe is a must-watch for you. Now, before you roll your[…]

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