Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis, esteemed teacher, counselor, and matchmaker, helps even the most pressured modern couples find harmony and unity, guided by the timeless wisdom of the Torah. Starting with the first stagesof finding a soul mate, and continuing through the challenge of learning to communicate with compassion and understanding, whether debating parenting issues or how to grow old in harmony, these real-life success stories reflect the practicality and endurance of traditional values. The anecdotes and true-life stories will speak to your heart and mind, while the Rebbetzin’s faith and depth of understanding will inspire you and strengthen your marriage.
Chizuk for bride and groom whose wedding won’t be what they imagined due to Corona restrictions.
Covers every aspect of Jewish dating, marriage, divorce, and remarriage. For singles, it is a step-by-step guide that helps you find a mate and keep that mate for life. For married, divorced, or remarried couples, this is a self-help manual that really works. – Includes case studies that highlight why people succeed or fail in their interpersonal relationships. – Well documented from both a Jewish and contemporary psychological viewpoint. – Pertinent for Jewish men and women from all levels of the Jewish religious spectrum.
Can a new push for a halachically compatible prenup put an end to the tragedy of agunos and often vicious divorce proceedings that drag on endlessly, causing untold pain and hurt?
List of increasingly personal questions designed to help people who are Dating get to know each other on a deeper level. From an experiment conducted by the author in the 1990’s.
How to tap into your femininity and become a more effective date $10
Site to help kallahs make the most informed decision they can about choosing their kallah classes. The questionnaire includes only structured, scaled questions. In addition, while entries will be reviewed for verification purposes, they will be kept anonymous. By creating a website designed to present brides with available kallah teachers and people’s previous experiences with them, the common problem of kallahs having frustrating and traumatic class and teacher experiences can be decreased. The site also has a short list of resources for kallahs.
Rabbi Benjamin Goldschmidt interviews 2 shadchanim from Lakewood – discuss discrimination against Sephardim, emphasis on appearance, when they are forced to lie…
Contrary to widely held beliefs and longstanding taboos in America, first cousins can safely have children together, without a great risk of birth defects or genetic disease, scientists are reporting today. They say there is no biological reason to discourage cousins from marrying.
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