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3-Part Video Series:
Create Vitality, Joy and Connection in all your Relationships
3-Part Video Series:
Create Vitality, Joy and Connection in all your Relationships
Bev Ehrlich has a BA in Psychology and Hebrew and a teacher’s diploma from the University of Cape Town. She holds an honors degree in psychology and a coaching diploma from Seminar Hakibutzim. In 2000 Bev established and ran the English Speaker’s program in an elementary school in Shoham, and in 2013 she founded a company to assist new olim....
Bev Ehrlich has a BA in Psychology and Hebrew and a teacher’s diploma from the University of Cape Town. She holds an honors degree in psychology and a coaching diploma from Seminar Hakibutzim. In 2000 Bev established and ran the English Speaker’s program in an elementary school in Shoham, and in 2013 she founded a company to assist new olim. For over 20 years, she has worked with individuals, couples, families, and groups.
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Be Yourself

Be Yourself
​It's essential that parents teach their kids how to recognize and honor their own uniqueness, gifts, and talents. Differences are what make them unique. Whether it's their personality, interests, or talents, their uniqueness is a gift and an opportunity to contribute to the world. ​Ask your kids these questions to help them understand the importan...
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Encourage Your Child to read over the Summer Vacation

Encourage Your Child to read over the Summer Vacation
​There is tremendous value in modeling the joy of reading for children. Very often parents unintentionally give the message that reading is a chore: something that must be finished before the child can move on to more active and enjoyable pursuits. Instead, create a positive atmosphere for reading by showing your child how you use reading for enter...
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Raise Smarter, Happier Kids!

Raise Smarter, Happier Kids!
• Believe in your children. Believing in your children makes them feel capable, worthy and more confident. When you notice something good in them or their actions be quick to express your genuine admiration, love and care. They'll feel able to accomplish wonderful things and to be the best that they can be. • Praise their efforts not their intellig...
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Can Parents Help Their Child Remove Miserable feelings?

Can Parents Help Their Child Remove Miserable feelings?
Step 1: Tell your child to pay close attention to their feelings at all times. Every time they feel bad or uneasy, let them take a minute to identify the source of that negative energy – Is it a specific situation, is something broken, is it being around a specific person? Step 2: Encourage your child to write down the reason for the bad feelings. ...
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Disappointments Stink! Learn from them and let them go!

First teach your kids how to separate the disappointment from “who they are” by choosing how they talk about the disappointment. When your children faces a disappointment, the disappointment is just an event. The event becomes an extension of who they are when they say “I failed” or “I’m a failure”....
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Arrogance or Confidence

Confident and arrogant people both believe in themselves. They believe they are good at something and that they can succeed. The difference, however, is that confident people are self-assured - they believe in themselves without the need to let other people know about it. They are confident in themselves regardless of...
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Parents can Help Their Kids Feel Great About Themselves in 3 Simple Steps even when they don’t get what they want!

2. Parents can help kids to stop  DEFINING AN EVENT as “who they are.” For example doing poorly on a test does not mean that they’re stupid, but rather can show them where they need to study harder. When kids learn how to separate events from “who they are” and to...
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