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Managing your anger without losing your temper

Managing your anger without losing your temper

No matter how loving and kind you are, no matter how wonderful your children are, no matter how close your relationship is, there will be times when your children spark feelings of anger.  If you let your feelings of anger take over you can soon find yourself doing things you will later regret.  You might find yourself being exactly the kind of parent that you don’t want to be or showing exactly the same behaviours (yelling, foot stomping) that you don’t want your child to show.  So how can you anger-proof your parenting?  How can you ensure that you handle ...

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Want to hear G-d laugh, announce your plans

Want to hear G-d laugh, announce your plans

A personal account by Judith-Rose Max   In November, the day after World Diabetes Day, my world took an extreme knock.  My gorgeous 2-year old daughter was diagnosed as a Type 1 Diabetic, dependent on insulin and in need of continuous daily monitoring and multiple insulin injections. My horror was incomprehensible.  The risks of the disease are extensive and I know them all, my husband was diagnosed when he was 6.  I am extremely grateful that her illness is well understood and that with proper management my baby will live a full and meaningful life. Life seems to bring challenges ...

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