7 wise rules for raising children in Jews
Raising children is a very important process on which the child’s future depends. Jewish parents, who put their children above all else, developed several rules for raising a child, which should be noted.
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1. Do not create children complexes
The Jewish mother will never say: “You are bad,” she will say: “How could such a good boy like you do such a stupid thing?”.
“My child has not and cannot have flaws” - such is the position of the Jewish mothers. They may see them, but no one will know about it except them.
2. Reasonable freedom
Modern Jewish education combines two seemingly contradictory things: the freedom of the child and the rigidity of demands. A good metaphor that describes this style: a spacious, spare room with hard walls.
In Jewish families, kids go to the parents on the head, and coloring my father's passport with my mother's expensive lipstick is not a reason to look at the child reproachfully. For Jewish parents, the freedom of a child is not a special “upbringing”, but an air that cannot but breathe.
Hard education begins when the child oversteps the bounds of the permissible. For example, mother's perfume on the yard cat can be poured, but you can't beat the grandmother on the head.
3. Praise the child for any reason
Mom always praises her child, this praise begins from birth. Jewish mother admires even the slightest success of the baby. Let it be just a new syllable or the first inept blot on a piece of paper, all friends and acquaintances will know about it, and most importantly - the child should see that he is praised in the presence of everyone.
If the child’s achievements are more serious, then a long applause and praise from the whole family is indispensable.
If we accustom ourselves to notice in children all their good manifestations, including “mere trifles,” and encourage them at every opportunity, this may fundamentally change their behavior and self-esteem. To reinforce their pursuit of good, let them somehow eavesdrop on how we tell their friends about their successes.
4. High degree of responsibility for their behavior
Jews believe that even the most insignificant word, thrown into a hurry, or a minor offense committed by a parent in front of a child, can to have irreversible consequences, so the Jewish parents send their children by their example and very responsible behavior in relation to everything said and done.
5. Love and respect in the family - the key to the child's mental health
The Jewish tradition explains that the basis of any family is husband and wife - the father and mother. Therefore, children should be taught from an early age to the fact that the first place is always the attention of the mother to the father and the father to the mother. If the child learns that his parents live, first of all, for each other, and makes sure that their relationship is imbued with respect, love and care, he will feel protected.
6. Learn to be parents
Parental education begins before the birth of the child. The girl, marrying, is already ready to become a mother, she is not taught to “live for herself”, her main career is home and family. If initially motherhood and fatherhood are considered as a burden or restriction, then it will be very difficult to raise a good child. As you know, thoughts materialize.
Jewish sages have developed a whole system of education, with which anyone in Israel can get acquainted with special parent courses.
7. Teach children how to manage time.
Jewish children do not know what laziness and idle chatter in the courtyards are. Violin, English, mathematics - all at the same time and in large quantities. From early childhood, children are accustomed to the fact that being constantly engaged in business is normal.
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