Rabbi David Clyman lives in Manhattan, teaches at Aish, and publishes "Strategies & Solutions for Successful Relationships" (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rabbi David Clyman
Forget about the proverbial fireworks. The best matches are made right here on earth -- through knowing yourself and old-fashioned hard work.
What is the missing ingredient in so many marriages that end in divorce?
The dream to have the best is insatiable.
Do you think the opposite gender is a little crazy? Think again. You may be crazy, too.
Self-knowledge and self-love are prerequisites for any healthy, loving relationship.
You've finally found the perfect specimen? Think again. This may be a warning sign of unrealistic expectations!
When a relationship hits rocky road, whose fault is it? Maybe instead of pointing a finger, you should look in the mirror!
It's one of the great dating myths: Single life is hard, and married life is easy. Our resident experts claim that is true on only the most superficial level.
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