by Adina Soclof, MS. CCC-SLP
by Eliyahu Freedman
Three ideas for users of all the popular dating applications and websites.
by Sarah Pachter
Little actions numerous times a day make the difference.
by Rabbi Raphael Leban
These 5 rules of engagement will save your family dinner, no matter who's around the table.
by Valerie Greenfeld
It’s never too late to make the relationship better.
by Dovid Bashevkin
Why is the ketubah, this mundane financial document guaranteeing the rights of the woman, so paradigmatic of the Jewish marriage? And why bother decorating it?
by Rabbi Dov Heller, LMFT
How to give yourself the best chance with the person you’re dating.
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
The marriage rate today is the lowest it’s ever been. Does it matter?
by Daniella Guterman
And how we can decrease our need to judge them instead.
by Sara Shaindel Goldwasser
And flip around the potentially negative situation.
by Kayla Levin
The Jewish New Year has surprisingly effective suggestions for how to be a fantastic spouse.
How your inner negative thoughts can undermine your marriage, despite knowing the best practices.
by Kylie Ora Lobell
Curled up in a ball on the floor, unable to collect my thoughts, my husband said to me, “You need to get help.”
Creative solutions for gaining your kids’ cooperation.
You’ll be surprised how a seemingly small adjustment can change the atmosphere of your home.
How being a middle child shaped who I am.
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
The secret to creating a happy, peaceful home.
Eli Shkarofsky is running marathons – and winning – while pushing Refael Boyer in a wheelchair.
by Aleeza Ben Shalom
What to do when you don’t know if this is the one.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
This Father’s Day, take a moment and appreciate the primary mission of being a father.
How to help your homesick child without caving in.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
Due to the war, Gerda Cole was forced to give up her daughter. The 98-year-old was reunited for the first time with her 80-year-old daughter.
Daily practices to maintain rock-solid ties with your family.
It’s not for the faint-hearted, but our home showcases the love and laughter that thrives under our roof, and reflects our desire to nurture our children’s creative spirits.
A marriage self-help book for men reveals relationship pitfalls.
Two worlds collide early one morning on a tropical island.
Simple and effective ways to build positivity in your home.
by Ron Elkayam
Realizing that deep down I wasn’t interested in getting married changed how I dated.
The number 4 isn’t the only important number at the Passover seder.
Really listen, positivity, preparation and humility.
by Sari Kopitnikoff
Great games to add excitement to your Passover seder.
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.
by Cassandra Freeman
From Baghdad to Bangalore to Vancouver, I can still hear her desert call in the wind.
When it comes to finding your soul mate, Beyoncé is on to something.
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.
Suzanne Hecker spent 25 years searching for her grandfather’s family.
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.
Effective ways to help you guide your children while respecting their real need for independence.
Part of being proudly Jewish to me means fighting for the truth, that our differences, not just our similarities, make us human and that every group should feel safe.
Love is the glue of marriage and requires work, commitment, time, and constant renewal.
Our children need to know that we are never too high to bend down and listen to their cries.
by Bluma Gordon
Where Lara Doyle gets it right – and where she has it wrong.
by Dini Harris
Why you should always back your spouse and not argue in front of the kids.
by Gila Ross
Understanding why kids behave the way they do and how to teach them the skills they need.
My grandmother’s masterclass on showering love is just what we need today.