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Rabbi Eli Deutsch

Rabbi Eli Deutsch is a sought-after speaker on Jewish philosophy, Chassidus, and Kabbalah, and he mentors individuals, couples, and groups on bettering their lives and relationships with courses on personal development, dating, marriage, parenting. His classic bestseller, Jewish By Choice: A Kabbalistic Take on Life & Judaism, has won wide acclaim as the clearest, most comprehensive, easily accessible, and practical depiction of Kabbalah and the "whys" of Judaism available in the English language today. Rabbi Eli has recently released his first online course on communication and couplehood based upon his Male-Female Dynamic system for upgrading relationships. The course provides the mindset and practical tools to tap into the polarity of your masculine and feminine core to help you increase connection, understanding and intimate communication in your relationship. To learn more, www.malefemaledynamic.com.


Triggered by Your Spouse

Sometimes your partner has little to do with how hurt you are feeling.

4 Things Holding You Back from a Lasting Healthy Relationship

If you’ve been searching for love without much to show for it, there's a good chance at least one of these items is the reason why.

The Courage to be Vulnerable: A Key to Intimacy

How to push through our fear to act with authenticity and vulnerability.

She Can’t Fix You

The thing you are looking to receive from others is the very thing you need to cultivate within yourself.

Validate Your Child

The key to build a lifetime of self-esteem.

Seder Table: A Kabbalistic Perspective

A deeper look at matzah, karpas, charoset and more.

Kick-Starting Passover

For the next 30 days, break a negative habit.

Stephen Covey & the Jewish 7 Habits

How the fundamental principles of his groundbreaking book can be found in Judaic sources.

Finding the God Spot

Rebuilding the temple in Jerusalem – and within ourselves.

The Jewish Tattoo

Daniel expected his Star of David tattoo to provoke a physical struggle with others. Instead it provoked a spiritual struggle within himself.

Five Things Judaism Wants You to Know

A quick primer on five essential philosophical points.

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