I see no problem sleeping with a stuffed animal, It's typical for a teen to need reminders to take a daily vitamin, to turn off the lights and to make her bed. It's also typical for a teen to take long showers.
What do her "random" outbursts look like? How does she "play" with toddler toys?
Does she have friends her own age? Does she particiapte in social activities with kids her own age? Does she live with her mother most of the time? How recent was the divorce?View Thread
Please stop the patronizing. I am not "your enemy" nor do I "persecute you" because I remain Jewish and do not follow the teachings of Jesus.
Yes, you have a degree in divinity from a Christian school, not a Jewish institution of higher learning. I can assure you there is a difference. Jews do not attend Christian divinity schools to study Judaism, to obtain degrees in Jewish education/theology or to become Rabbi's.
The Tanakh, Jewish theology and it's interpretation are the domain of the Jewish people..the people to whom it was given.
FYI, the passages of which we speak are in the Tanakh. The Tanakh contains no teachings of Jesus.View Thread
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