If ever there were a time for zeal and over-preparation, Passover is it.
After 34 years of being happily married, it’s all going to pot. Nothing is making me happy.
There are people in need at every place, at any time, and we can’t ignore them.
Three timely lessons about kindness, taught by Uber drivers (really).
We may not be able to control our instinctive response but we can prevent it from coming to fruition.
Insults, disrespect and bad attitude, these parents are feeling out of their league.
There is a point where we are too busy trying out the Peanut Butter Chocolate Pretzel hamantashen that we forget the purpose of the holiday.
There is always something or someone over my head.
My teenaged daughter is becoming a recluse and I’m spending all my spare time with her.
Jealousy is when we count someone else’s blessings instead of our own.
After moving out and initiating divorce, my husband is vowing to change. Should I give him another chance?
A group of friends went on vacation without me and their numerous Facebook photos are getting to me.
We are becoming a society of disposable marriages and relationships.
My brother-in-law has a serious degenerative disease. After 30 years of marriage my sister wants to divorce him to continue to live her life.
Instead of accusations and anger, my friend performed an astounding act of selflessness and strength.
Why am I the only person in our home who does this?
At the last moment my son backed out of going on a Birthright trip to Israel. I’m furious.
We are admonished to be extra sensitive to and solicitous of widows. But are we?
Help! She’s given up her girlfriends and wants to forgo her rare scholarship and switch schools to be with him.
The focus on sales and consumption is eroding the meaning of Thanksgiving.
Let’s stop putting pressure on ourselves in areas that don’t really matter.
I’m expected to cook and host and no one helps. Gratitude is the last thing I’m feeling on Thanksgiving.
Yes kids are the priority, but don’t use that as an excuse to get out of your commitments.
My husband has addiction and anger issues. What’s best for my kids: stay with him or divorce?
This old blind man knew the entire Torah by heart. I know the words to “The Beverly Hillbillies.”
My husband doesn’t know when to keep his mouth shut and has alienated friends and family.
We all make mistakes. But we don’t have to keep making the same mistake.
Are we fulfilling our mandate to be a “light unto the nations”?
What do you focus on when you wake up in the morning: blessing or lack?
My husband wants me to join him at a business-related party, I want to stay at home to complete my work.
Don’t wait for your spouse to give you what you need.
Practical suggestions on how to prepare for Yom Kippur.
Am I working to avoid facing issues in my marriage?
When we hear the shofar, all distractions fade away. It’s our moment to choose life.