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I recommend two seforim in particular: Yalkut Yosef, Kibbud Av Va'em by Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef, son of Maran Hagaon R. Ovadia Yosef, (Etbonan Publisher, 2006) and Honoring Parents in Halachah by Rabbi Tzuriel Taaseh (Targum Press, 2004). Both of them has a collection of midrashim and mussar sayings from chazal.


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The book My Father, My Mother and Me - Sons and daughters tell of their devotion, challenges, and successes in honoring their parents by Yehudis Samet (Artscroll), is really great!


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If parents fight the child has an obligation of kibbud av va'em to give the parents the impression that their fighting did not have a deleterious effect on the child. The parents' fighting is likely to be due to a negative infringement from the 'outside world' which they try normally to protect their child from within the environment of the family. ...



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