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Rebuking with Love: How to Do it and Why it Matters

Silhouette of a man and a woman with their backs facing one another as if arguing

Rebuke, תוכחה, when done correctly, looks for an opening, a sympathetic moment or shared memory to draw upon. Before reproving the other, we first join them. Once we are allies, our words urging change might be heard.

Rabbi Sandra Cohen


Source: reform judaism

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