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More On Controlling Behavior

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch
Friday, May 31st, 2013

Control may be the most destructive force influencing a marriage. Let me illustrate this point with the following story. About two years ago a woman named Bracha, 47, came to speak to me about her husband’s controlling behavior. This is how she described her precarious situation:

When Should We Go For Marriage Counseling?

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch
Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Dear Rabbi Schonbuch,

My husband and I are having trouble in our marriage. We tend to fight about the same issues every day and he’s very emotionally distant. At what point should I consider seeing a marriage therapist?

Moshe Drops Out of School

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch
Tuesday, September 28th, 2010

A few years ago, a couple, Sarah and Joseph, came to see me about their son Moshe, sixteen, who was experiencing extreme difficulty in school. Moshe did not have any serious learning problems. In fact, he was exceptionally bright and capable of succeeding in school. His problem was that he was frequently missing class. Recently he had started leaving school and spending time in an unknown location. Moshe’s parents were naturally concerned for his future.

Teens Who Give Up Their Religion

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch
Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Let’s look at an example of how mentoring improved the life of a teenager who had given up observing Jewish tradition.

Moti’s Street Clothes

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch
Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

I once received a call from a forty-seven year old distraught mother whose seventeen-year-old son Moti had changed his style of dress, wearing jeans and refusing to wear a hat. She explained that he had gone through a difficult time in school and was now hanging around the house instead of studying in yeshiva. He was also mixed up with the wrong crowd and was associating with at-risk teenagers late at night on the street. She was very concerned as she had an older son who had gone “off the path” and was worried that Moti was going in the same direction. She believed that Moti could be helped if he would be willing to talk with someone.

Toby’s Secret Dating

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch
Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Ruth had just recently discovered (from another parent) that Toby had been secretly dating a boy for over a year. When she confronted Toby about her boyfriend, Toby had adamantly refused to admit that she was secretly seeing anyone. Ruth was extremely distraught to realize that her daughter would do something against her wishes and asked if I could help.

Debbie’s Body Piercing

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch
Friday, March 19th, 2010

Referring back to our earlier case of Debbie’s body piercing, let’s see how using knowledge of Debbie’s inner world and the power of spending quality time together can help her parents connect to her.

Part 27 – Refocusing Your Perspective On Your In-laws

Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch
Friday, August 14th, 2009

The number one factor in resolving problems of acceptance by in-laws is your spouse’s support. As with all close relationships, it’s an art to support your spouse without jumping into the fight or feeding his or her discontent.

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