Behavior patterns

Woman’s Day

Just recently the world celebrated the International Woman’s Day. It is an excellent opportunity to bring back this personal experience of mine that I’ve shared about 5 years ago with the then small distribution list I had, before the blog went up on the air. You may find it debatable but still interesting food for thought. I’ll take [...]

To Skip a Generation

One afternoon, while driving, I was listening to a local radio talk-show led by a therapist. A man was on the line seeking advice. He had just decided to bequeath all of his assets to his grandkids since his relationships with his kids were not so good. This reminded me of a very cute experience [...]

Warmth of a Parent

I’ve never personally met Dr Rafi Romano.  I knew that he is in his early fifties, a good father to 4 children, a reputable orthodontist and a wanted lecturer. We had once a debate on the mail on the “impact of parents’ attitude on behaviour patterns of their kids when they mature” and Dr Romano [...]