by Sarah Pachter
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 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.”
by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
The marriage rate today is the lowest it’s ever been. Does it matter?
by Rabbi Tzvi Sytner
The secret to creating a happy, peaceful home.
by Rivki Silver
I was overcome with a pronounced feeling of unfairness. I wasn’t supposed to be here tonight.
And they’re not what you think!
by Dr. Michael Tobin
Get rid of the illusions and let your marriage soar.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
A marriage self-help book for men reveals relationship pitfalls.
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.
Love is the glue of marriage and requires work, commitment, time, and constant renewal.
by Bluma Gordon
Where Lara Doyle gets it right – and where she has it wrong.
by Gila Ross
Because a great marriage is one of the greatest gifts you can give to yourself and your children.
by Rabbi Raffi Bilek
Go to bed angry, because the worst time to deal with an issue is when you're mad and upset.
How to appreciate your spouse and get the love you want.
by Chaya Parkoff
7 lessons I've learned the hard way.
In this final installment, more practical wisdom for marriage.
by Tzvi Nightingale
Why couples grow apart and what you can do about it.
From quarreling to trust, more practical advice on improving your marriage.
by Tod Jacobs and Rabbi Dr. Yosef Lynn
Without a clear goal of what a healthy marriage is, we have little chance attaining one.
by Rabbi Eli Deutsch
Sometimes your partner has little to do with how hurt you are feeling.
A therapist's practical advice on improving your marriage.
by Debbie Gutfreund
Here's what to do if you're feeling under-appreciated and over-worked, or worried that the spark in your marriage is fading.
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
Addressing the outraged reaction to my marriage advice not to criticize your spouse.
Proven 84.6% effective in reducing marital ailments.
Because the most basic marriage principles are often the hardest to implement.
by Elliott Katz
What kind of man does a woman really want? Hint: It's not Homer Simpson.
by Heather Dean
Rabbi Eitiel Goldwicht’s guide to conflict resolution.
by Shellie Grafstein
Every single morning of their marriage my father made my mom breakfast and wrote her a love note.
Blaming your spouse and not taking responsibility doesn’t work.
This new year make your marriage a priority.
From in-laws to laughter, more practical advice on improving your marriage.
by Esther Neuman and M. Gary Neuman
Shifting the focus to gratitude and positivity.
How to balance the conflicting forces of desire and security in marriage.
The amount of time you spend with your spouse is critical for a happy marriage.
by Rabbi Jonathan Bienenfeld
If you don’t really know someone, how can you truly love them?
In honor of Tu B’Av, a day of harmony, a practical tool for filling your home with peace and joy.
Practical guidelines on how to make it work.
From empathy to hope, more practical advice on improving your marriage.
How to make a difficult situation better.
by Rabbi Dov Heller, LMFT
Is this relationship healthy?