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The Garden of Education: Education with Love

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Would you believe that it's possible to raise well-adjusted, successful and happy children without raising your voice or raising a finger on the child? Rabbi Shalom, after showing us the way to succeed in so many other areas of life such as marriage and finances, now shows us the way to success in child-rearing. His method, built around positive reinforcement and educating Would you believe that it's possible to raise well-adjusted, successful and happy children without raising your voice or raising a finger on the child? Rabbi Shalom, after showing us the way to succeed in so many other areas of life such as marriage and finances, now shows us the way to success in child-rearing. His method, built around positive reinforcement and educating with love, demonstrates the proper way to establish clear boundaries without reprimanding or upsetting the child. First of all, as Rav Arush stresses throughout the book, parents must correct themselves before they correct their children. If the father is a Haman, he cannot expect to raise a Mordechai. This book is a great read, written in clear and comprehensible style. It's a must for every parent.


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Would you believe that it's possible to raise well-adjusted, successful and happy children without raising your voice or raising a finger on the child? Rabbi Shalom, after showing us the way to succeed in so many other areas of life such as marriage and finances, now shows us the way to success in child-rearing. His method, built around positive reinforcement and educating Would you believe that it's possible to raise well-adjusted, successful and happy children without raising your voice or raising a finger on the child? Rabbi Shalom, after showing us the way to succeed in so many other areas of life such as marriage and finances, now shows us the way to success in child-rearing. His method, built around positive reinforcement and educating with love, demonstrates the proper way to establish clear boundaries without reprimanding or upsetting the child. First of all, as Rav Arush stresses throughout the book, parents must correct themselves before they correct their children. If the father is a Haman, he cannot expect to raise a Mordechai. This book is a great read, written in clear and comprehensible style. It's a must for every parent.

36 review for The Garden of Education: Education with Love

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rgusterman

    “You can not give what you do not have”.... Very powerful, very insightful- but not sure the book in its entirety is really aimed at “me”.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Eduardo

    Otro indispensable para la educación de los hijos.

  3. 4 out of 5

    R

    I'm agnostic and fan of no religion at all, but I found this book very enlightening and useful, especially due to the approach of constant self-improving of parents while educating a child. Some of the subjects this book talks about hit home :) If you want to read it, do it with an open mind. I'm agnostic and fan of no religion at all, but I found this book very enlightening and useful, especially due to the approach of constant self-improving of parents while educating a child. Some of the subjects this book talks about hit home :) If you want to read it, do it with an open mind.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kressel Housman

    This has been my Shabbos reading since Elul, and back then, I made good progress in it, though eventually, my yetzer hara kicked in. It's a chinuch book whose main message is that modeling righteousness is the best form of chinuch. I found it more readable than many mussar books, but I couldn't help feeling that I was reading it too late in my parenting "career." It had great advice for setting up good habits with little kids, but not much for parents of teenagers. This has been my Shabbos reading since Elul, and back then, I made good progress in it, though eventually, my yetzer hara kicked in. It's a chinuch book whose main message is that modeling righteousness is the best form of chinuch. I found it more readable than many mussar books, but I couldn't help feeling that I was reading it too late in my parenting "career." It had great advice for setting up good habits with little kids, but not much for parents of teenagers.

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    Idit Govberg

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    Rivky

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    Eliyahu (Marc)

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    Marcel Fi

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    Naomi Monteiro

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    Zechor

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    Hadassah

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    Michael

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    Rivka Levy

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    Sarah Mostyn

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    Matamela Nematondoni

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    Dena

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    VANESSA WANI

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    Liora Formey

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    Blessedhome

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    Tal

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    Carrie Head

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    Phindile

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    Rachel

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    Sandra V. Hamu

  32. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Herrington-Farris

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    Andrea Daroczi

  34. 5 out of 5

    Olga Payne

  35. 4 out of 5

    Valentina

  36. 4 out of 5

    Nancy King

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