The brain has two major functions and they are, put simply, “Am I Safe,” or “Am I in Danger?”
When you tell a shadchan that you want a young man with a plan or an idea of how he will support his family, the conversation is over.
Since most women do not have a clue what to do when they receive a hazmana, we will try to allay the fears they might have.
I think it's time that we as a community reconsider our shidduch situation.
Realistic expectations are integral as they help children feel confident when they are successfully met.
It was a terrible and horrifying experience for me that I will never forget.
Unconditional love is something we all crave. We resent feeling that we are loved because of our achievements or the money we earn, and the roots of this message start when children are young.
I realized that this change is a good thing and I should be happy.
The most powerful message you gave me was to think about how to make the person I am dating feel special when he is around me.
I think the only way to reach your husband is through positive reinforcement.
I can't seem to say anything and I do not know what to do.
Marriage is hard work. My husband and I both had to change the way in which we behaved.
He constantly bad mouths me and encourages them to disobey me.
I can feel the tears starting to form...
We must compliment our children on their internal beauty so they will feel that their character has worth and value.
My granddaughter is in the basement for six hours, never taken outside and never held.
There is halacha and then what is in the spirit of halacha.
Arguments against giving any vaccines are naive and hollow.
Don't focus on the negatives, that's the easy thing to do.
What in my experiential memory can help me understand what is being said to me and some of the wound beyond the bandages I see?
If Hashem were talking to you, would you interrupt to answer your cell phone?
Hashem gives us a refuah; how dare we not use it?
What should I say if someone asks me what happened?