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Parents and Children:
Our Most Difficult Classroom

Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.

For the month of May, when the world tells us it is time to celebrate mothers and their special love, we are featuring Kenneth’s very practical teachings on how to look at the relationships between parents and children. Although not all of us may be parents, we all have parents, and all those relationships continue in our mind, whether the other is alive or not. Made as substitutes for our relationship with our only Parent, Kenneth helps us to recognize how all such relationships, fraught with challenges that reflect the ambivalence of our relationship with God, provide powerful opportunities for healing the pain and the guilt buried in our mind. Included are Kenneth’s responses to many student questions on the theme.

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Rules for Decision

Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.

Kenneth presents a very helpful line-by-line explanation and discussion of the opening section of Chapter 30 of the text. Foreshadowing the practical lessons of the workbook, the section offers simple, down-to-earth guidelines or rules for how to have what Jesus calls “a happy day,” that is, a day without judgment or conflict. Kenneth clarifies and expands upon these rules, with many examples, illustrating the simplicity of what the decision is about—choosing between guilt and fear or forgiveness and peace, and between two advisers or guides: the ego or Jesus/the Holy Spirit. But while the practice is simple. Kenneth reminds us that it is a process, as the rules imply, that for most of us will take time. Kenneth also explores what it means to have Jesus as our adviser for decision-making.

Available in Following Formats: Audio CD, MP3 Download, Audio Stream

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