Your Children are Not Disrespectful – Rav Gav Friedman

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Your Children are Not Disrespectful – Rav Gav Friedman

About the Episode

What are our primary parenting goals? How to understand children better? How much do we influence children’s behavior?

Welcome to another episode of The Jews Next Dor! We are so excited to talk to Rabbi Gavriel Friedman, an amazing teacher and motivational speaker who has spent the last decade studying and teaching in various Yeshivot throughout Jerusalem. He is currently teaching at Aish HaTorah Jerusalem, where his lectures highlight the entire gamut of Aish programs, including the Discovery Seminar, Jerusalem Fellowships, Executive Learning Center, etc.
We are talking about teaching and parenting goals, having empathy and understanding children, and fixing your own problems before you fix others.

01:02 One thing to change in the Jewish education system
03:32 Four things to check when a child misbehaves
05:03 What is our goal as a parent or a teacher?
11:50 Fix yourself before you fix others
13:15 Put yourself in other people’s shoes
18:23 How to practically work on being a better teacher or a parent?
20:55 Preparation is everything
21:48 Relax and allow children to have struggles
23:14 Parents that want to live through their children


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