by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
by Julie Hauser
Super easy and convenient kosher-for-Passover recipes.
by Yael Zoldan M.A.
Sometimes, you have to throw away the script.
The number 4 isn’t the only important number at the Passover seder.
by Sari Kopitnikoff
by Dr. Alan Singer
Overall, 29% of relationships improved during Covid, 29% of relationships got worse, 30% of relationships remained status quo and 8% were mixed.
by Rabbi Dr. Yosef Lynn
Timing and delivery are the two fundamentals of communication.
As Jewish orphans in Yemen, Zechariah and Shama married young and survived extreme poverty and persecution. They were some of the first Yemeni Jews to move to Israel when the state was founded.
by Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier
Infatuation kickstarts the process. But then comes the difficult work of creating a true bond of love.
by Emuna Braverman
Surprising new research shows that couples who marry in their twenties have a high rate of success if they have not previously cohabited.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
Whether our mates leave the house in the morning to face danger or merely the normal trials of daily living, we need to internalize her profound message.
I’ve been with Aish.com since the very beginning and I’m very grateful to my readers.
by Elizabeth Kurtz
From classic beef, to mini lamb, salmon, and gluten free black bean burgers.
by Adina Soclof, MS. CCC-SLP
Effective ways to help you guide your children while respecting their real need for independence.
One of the biggest fears we face as we age is questioning what makes us relevant and significant.
Is the clock ticking faster or slower than you think?
Quick and easy dinners that you can defrost in the morning, rewarm and still taste fresh and delicious!
The older you get the more important it is to intensify your efforts to fulfill your spouse’s needs.
Love is the glue of marriage and requires work, commitment, time, and constant renewal.
We are way past Option B and it’s extremely frustrating.
We all have insatiable desires.
by Bluma Gordon
Where Lara Doyle gets it right – and where she has it wrong.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Five iconic Jewish cookies – and recipes – that reflect the vicissitudes of Jewish history and the resourcefulness of Jewish cooks.
by Dini Harris
Why you should always back your spouse and not argue in front of the kids.
by Gila Ross
How I learned to love winter.
How many times do we blame our spouses for frustrating situations over which they have no control?
by Eve Levy
A parent's blessing is stronger than any length of distance or amount of time.
While eating my Oreo-filled donut, I’m going to look at the tiny flickering flames and ponder all of God's kindnesses.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
Imagine eight nights of quality, uninterrupted family time.
Fried ice cream, baked pumpkin donuts, Italian olive oil apple cake, oh my!
Including pulled beef gnocchi, cauliflower steaks and apple fritters.
by Rabbi Raphael Leban
These 5 rules of engagement will save your family dinner, no matter who's around the table.
by Adina Soclof,MS. CCC-SLP
How to teach your kids (and yourself) gratitude.
And how are you treating others?
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
Those surprising little gestures make a real impact.
Slow cooked beef stew, bourbon pecan pie and other delicacies you don't want to miss.
In all my years of being a neighbor, I have never witnessed this happening.
We were overwhelmed by the kindness of others.
Suddenly the very thing we took for granted (and sometimes complained about) was taken away from us.
We went to see the breathtaking fall foliage. But there was one big problem: everything was green.
Don't let your drive for money compromise your values.
Because a great marriage is one of the greatest gifts you can give to yourself and your children.
Why I love experiencing all four seasons.
How to deal with people's total lack of consideration.
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