It is very natural for kids to want attention and to be jealous of each other, especially when there is a new baby.
How can you expect people who go through such gehenom to even know how to give warmth and love?
Are we allowed to lie for shalom bayis? It would seem so, but what might be a healthy guideline for when it’s okay and when it’s not?
Isn't therapy about being yourself; aren't there different ways for people to communicate with each other?
I believe that Hashem will only bring Moshiach when we finally achieve achdus.
I love my husband dearly and I do everything to make him happy.
Men and women have different roles to play in marriages and as parents.
The husband needs to make some changes!
Whenever he did anything loving for me, I made a big deal about it.
She says that they are our children and since she brings in half, or sometimes more than half of our parnassah, we need to be full partners in their chinuch.
I surprise my wife with gifts, large and small.
They are like children keeping count of who changed how many diapers each day.
I find his mother to be a difficult person and my nature is to stay away from people like that.
Often both girls and boys compare their date to their parents.
Perhaps today’s accomplished woman can wrestle all the lions and tigers and bears by herself, but when she does, she may not have a lot of room left in her life for vulnerability.
The Moroccan wife's chief pride is showing that she ought to win the prize for the most attentive and solicitous spouse and mother.
Both parties need to become more tolerant of one another.
How many potential shidduchim are not coming about because we, the mothers, are not allowing them to go through?
I so desperately want to have a loving relationship with my stepsons.
Isn't there anyone making a simcha who understands that loud music can cause hearing loss?