Hold Me Tight: Your Guide to the Most Successful Approach to Building Loving Relationships

Good explanation of EFT – emotionally focused therapy. It tries to open up emotional vulnerabilities underlying the person’s over reactivity or shut down stance within a safe environment and with this understanding, it tries to substitute finger pointing with compassion.

What’s Happening Inside a Good Marriage? What’s Happening Inside a Bad Marriage?

On November 17, 2019, Rabbi YY Jacobson and marriage therapist Moshe Zeev Lamm, LCSW, conducted a full-day workshop for young Chabad men, who are Dating, engaged, or newly married.

Marriage Secrets: A Woman’s Guide to Make Your Marriage Even Better

techniques that strengthen the connections between husband and wife. Examples: communicate for results, fill your “appreciation bucket”, move past resentments, connect deeply with your husband, use dozens of other vital strategies for success.

With All Your Heart: The Jewish Woman’s Path to Experiencing Joy and Fulfillment in Love

Interviews with over 20 influential Jewish Women – journey to stop feeling overwhelmed and start having the loving, intimate, and peaceful home you hope for

Refresh Your Marriage

Taharas Hamishpacha course – Practical and full of Hashkafa. Separate courses for men and Women. Endorsed by Rabbi Shmuel Fuerst, shlit”a, Dayan of Agudath Israel of Illinois, and Rabbi Gedalia Dov Schwartz, shlit”a, Rosh Beth Din of the Chicago Rabbinical Council.

The Eternal Bond

presents many of the customs, laws, and traditions surrounding the Jewish wedding that we observe today, with inspiring stories and explanations from Chazal and gedolim. A resource for chassanim, kallos, and their families, to understand and appreciate the deeper meaning and messages that lie behind the Jewish wedding.

Ani L’Dodi V’Dodi Li Kallah Teacher Guide – Project of the Orthodox Union

includes a complete curriculum for kallah classes, beautifully designed handouts, an expanded section on intimacy, as well as handouts and resources from partnering organizations. The content of the guide is a compilation of notes and resources from OU-JLIC female Torah educators along with new Educational resources that were created specifically for the project. Email kallah with any questions about the publication.

No Genetic Reason to Discourage Cousin Marriage, Study Finds

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.