Rebbetzin Shifra Sharfstein is co-director of Chabad at Georgia Tech and Georgia State Universities. She talks about the real meaning behind prayer--establishing a close connection with Hashem.
Rebbetzin Shula Bryski, the rebbetzin of Chabad of Thousand Oaks in California teaches us to be truly present in the moment.
Dr. Tamar Perlman teaches us practical and effective strategies to parent our teenagers. This is where Torah meets psychology.
Rebbetzin Nomi Freeman gives a powerful interview on near death experiences (NDE). This is a very powerful and meaningful in-depth interview that has the potential to be lifechanging!
Rebbetzin Sarah Feldbrand talks about the importance of personal growth through working on your middos (character traits.)
Rebbetzin Yehudis Golshevsky, director of SHIVITI www.shiviti.org.il, teaches us how we can all achieve true joy, starting by changing our perspective/mindset.
Chaya Mink-Benchemhoun hosts incredible Torah classes on Zoom every Wednesday evening.
Rebbetzin Chanie Fogelman, the co-director of Central Mass Chabad, in Worcester, Massachusetts, gives an in-depth explanation of Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret, and Simchat Torah.
Rebbetzin Brynie Stiefel of Chabad of Voronezh, Russia, talks about the real meaning behind the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur, the holiday of atonement for our mistakes.
Rebbetzin Ivy Kalazan talks about how Rosh Hashana (the Jewish new year) is a time for planting the seeds of our intentions for the coming year. Rosh Hashana is not about the past; it's about the future.
Rebbetzin Via Kimche discusses EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), also known as tapping.
Rebbetzin Rivkah Slonim, Chabad emissary at Binghamton University in Binghamton, NY, shares practical Jewish wisdom, coupled with modern psychology, in an effort to guide parents in raising their children.
Rebbetzin Rivka Slatkin teaches couples how to stop fighting and how to make their marriage stronger.
Rebbetzin Devora Boroosan emphasizes that women need to take care of themselves so that they can better connect with their husbands.
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller teaches us how to navigate life and move forward in our chaotic world. Our control is in how we choose to respond to situations. We are not in control of what happens to us, but we are in control over how we respond. She also talks about developing meaningful connections through spiritual bonding, which is what gives us true pleasure in life.
Rebbetzin Rochel Goldbaum gives us the key to a happy marriage--delight in your differences. Hashem (G-d) made you and your spouse different from each other for a reason.
Rebbetzin Orit Esther Riter offers solid strategies to help us transcend the difficulties and challenges in our lives through emuna.
Rebbetzin Ruchi Koval is the co-founder and associate director of the Jewish Family Experience, an independent Sunday school and Jewish congregation near Cleveland, Ohio. She talks to us about the possible meanings behind unanswered prayers.
Rebbetzin Dahlia Topolosky is the rebbetzin at Kehilat Pardes in Rockville, Maryland. She gives us many concrete strategies to reduce anxiety and minimize panic attacks.
Rebbetzin Ariela Davis offers insightful perspectives on how women can find strength, meaning and resilience to face life's challenges through Torah learning.
Rebbetzin Bat-Chen Grossman helps husbands and wives get connected for real. She shares with us the C.A.L.M. method to bring couples together for ultimate closeness and happiness. C--Connect to Yourself; A--Ask for Clarity; L--Listen to the Answer; M--Master a Higher Level of Consciousness.
Rebbetzin Devorah Kigel helps women figure out how to find the husband that is right for them. She discusses the "non negotiable list," as well as the "must have" list, and goes over how to spot red flags in a relationship.
Rebbetzin Slovie Jungreis-Wolff uses Jewish principles to guide us in parenting kids of all ages, from toddlers to teens. She talks about helping kids with anxiety, how to properly discipline your child, and how to truly make them feel grateful for what they have.
Rebbetzin Daniella Rudoff, the Marriage Architect, talks about relationship building skills and developing communication skills between men and women.
Rebbetzin Lifshy Ajzenszmidt is the rebbetzin of South Caulfield Hebrew Congregation in Melbourne, Australia.
Rebbetzin Mimi David, Director of Women's Education for Aish HaTorah in St. Louis, Missouri, instills in us pride for being a woman.
Rebbetzin Slovie Jungreis-Wolff, granddaughter of Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis, talks about having inner dignity and a strong sense of self.
Rebbetzin Gitty Epstein gives us practical and very doable tips on how to "set the emotional temperature in our home," focus on the positive aspects of both your husband and your children, and see your husband through Eyes of Respect (very important!) Your husband is who he is because of you, and he will grow and change and become who he is meant to become because of you.
Rebbetzin Tova Chazanow, assistant director at the Chabad House of Monmouth County in New Jersey, illustrates how having a purpose in life brings happiness.
Rebbetzin Chaya Reich is a renown kallah teacher who gives us effective and practical strategies to turn our husband into our soulmate.