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Chapter One OF Real Power By David J. Lieberman
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Chapter One OF Real Power By David J. Lieberman

A Sneek Peek into Real Power By David J. Lieberman – CHAPTER 1 A Glimpse of Reality “One must guard his mind more than anything else, for it produces all the results of life.” (Mishlei 4:23) What makes some people capable of handling life’s challenges with quiet calm and optimistic resolve, while others dissolve at [...]

Harmony at Home- Chapter 23
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Harmony at Home- Chapter 23

Chapter 23 Five Foundations of a Successful Marriage Beyond a change in outlook, there are practical, specific rules that can be taken to improve your marriage. Following are five rules which are utilized by successful, happy, and fulfilled couples. Choosing a Candle If a person cannot afford to buy both a candle for Shabbos and [...]

Harmony at Home- Chapter 22
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Harmony at Home- Chapter 22

Chapter 22 The Key to Shalom Bayis (Family Harmony) As life becomes increasingly more comfortable and convenient, we fall out of the habit of exerting ourselves; and the idea of investing effort into a relationship—even if it is with someone we care for—is becoming increasingly foreign. As a result we have become accustomed to the [...]

What happens for the adult child that doesn’t feel that he was treated properly by his parents?
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What happens for the adult child that doesn’t feel that he was treated properly by his parents?

What happens for the adult child that doesn’t feel that he was treated properly by his parents?

To parents who give money to adult children, the rule is this: if you give money for specific things, you can attach strin
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To parents who give money to adult children, the rule is this: if you give money for specific things, you can attach strin

To parents who give money to adult children, the rule is this: if you give money for specific things, you can attach strin

Yes, you may have davened, expected, and hoped that your child turnout differently than he did. LET IT GO.
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Yes, you may have davened, expected, and hoped that your child turnout differently than he did. LET IT GO.

Yes, you may have davened, expected, and hoped that your child turnout differently than he did. LET IT GO.

If your child doesn’t feel that he’s living up to your expectations, he will feel as a result, like a disappointment.
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If your child doesn’t feel that he’s living up to your expectations, he will feel as a result, like a disappointment.

If your child doesn’t feel that he’s living up to your expectations, he will feel as a result, like a disappointment.

Hot Button # 2:  Boundaries. Part 2 of 5  -You must respect the boundaries
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Hot Button # 2: Boundaries. Part 2 of 5 -You must respect the boundaries

Hot Button # 2: Boundaries. Part 2 of 5

Parenting Your Adult Children and How to be the Ideal Child In-Law Part 1 1/2 Of 5
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Parenting Your Adult Children and How to be the Ideal Child In-Law Part 1 1/2 Of 5

Research shows that there are six the major hot buttons; the greatest areas of contention and stress that occur in these types of relationships. We left of discussing why it is that parents need to get out of the advice-giving business. In a situation where you feel that you absolutely must offer advice, recognize that you’ve [...]

Parenting Your Adult Children and How to be the Ideal Child In-Law 5 Part Series
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Parenting Your Adult Children and How to be the Ideal Child In-Law 5 Part Series

I recently gave a lecture for Lev Rochel Bikur Cholim of Lakewood entitled: Parenting Your Adult Children and How to be the Ideal Child In-Law. This 5-part series is an edited transcript of this talk and based on my newest book Seek Peace and Pursue It (Feldheim Publishers).Dovid Lieberman, Ph.D.

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Mothering vs. Smothering part 3 of 3 by David Lieberman

Mothering Vs. Smothering: Part 3 of 3  Children learn by experience, and not all experiences are good or fun.  If your child is in actual, physical danger or if he is unable to stand up for himself by all means step in and prevent your child for eminent harm.  If, however, your child is experiencing [...]

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Mothering vs. Smothering part 2 of 3 by David Lieberman

  Mothering Vs. Smothering: Part 2 of 3  There are new gadgets that overprotective parents can now use to check on their child constantly.  With the advent of the cell phone, some parents are calling their children hourly or watching their position on a Global Positioning System (GPS) every minute.  The GPS device can be [...]

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Mothering vs. Smothering part 1 of 3 by David Lieberman

Mothering Vs. Smothering: Part 1 of 3   Over protective parents can reek havoc with their children’s confidence, instilling fear and insecurity, which prevents their children from developing into emotionally healthy adults. Unfortunately, parents do not stop being overprotective; they keep smothering their children well into their adult lives.   How Parents Fall into the [...]

Food For Thought by Dr.David lieberman
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Food For Thought by Dr.David lieberman

How much thought do we put into the types of food we feed our children? More thought and attention may go into the clothes we wear. We look at clothing labels to see who made it, what the material is, and how to wash it. Yet we don’t always read the labels on the food [...]