Parents today should make it a habit—and a priority—to eat dinner with their children, Rabbi Shmuley says. He talks about the importance of eating dinner together as a family and shares advice on how to reintroduce family dinners in your home.
6 ways to make dinnertime family time Today's Shmuleyism: "After years in retirement, the family table should become the center of the home again. Family dinners are the most central piece of the family puzzle, without which the entire picture has a gaping hole. It's a time when parents unwind from a long week at work, where children see their parents as people and where relaxed and intimate conversation creates an intimate bond between parents and kids."
Printed from Oprah.com on Thursday, December 12, 2013