How To Reach Our Struggling Kids
The teenage years are often the most difficult – for parents and adolescents alike. Parents, hoping to transmit Torah traditions, may find themselves at a loss when dealing with struggling teens; while today’s teens are faced with influences and challenges unheard of a generation ago.
Breakthrough: How to Reach Our Struggling Kids, is a brief yet power-packed volume from Rabbi Uri Zohar that addresses this divide between parents and children, and does so with compassion, keen insight into human nature, wisdom, and understanding.
Deeply rooted in Torah sources, the author provides a unique and uplifting perspective that will encourage and enable parents to better grasp and deal with the challenges they face. Then going beyond perspective, Rabbi Zohar offers an array of profound, yet simple, strategies for building trust and communication, seeing the positive, understanding rebellion, avoiding confrontation…by employing the tools of patience, honesty, love and respect.
This is truly an indispensable guide – not only for parents – but Rabbis, teachers, youth leaders, outreach professionals, or anyone entrusted with the sacred task of successfully transmitting Torah to the next generation. Adapted into English by Rabbi Dovid Baron and Yonoson Rosenblum. About the author:
Rabbi Uri Zohar once stood atop Israel’s entertainment industry — and then he became Israel’s most famous ba’al teshuvah. Through his radio show and public appearances, he is the single most powerful force fueling the Lev L’Achim kiruv revolution and its Lev Shomea division that deals with at-risk youth.
Author Rabbi Uri Zohar
Editor Rabbi Yonoson Rosenblum
Translator Rabbi Doniel Baron
Number of pages 96