I cringed at the title, but the book, "The Surrendered Wife," offers a surprising amount of wisdom.
Do you still remember why you married your spouse? Do you make an effort to keep the romance alive? Are you still cheering each other on?
Are you silently keeping score of who does what in your marriage? Here are some practical tips on how to give unconditionally and intensify your love.
Men and women were created as opposites and their differing natures can elevate or undermine a marriage.
In our home, this word strikes fear in the hearts of my children.
Disagreement is a natural part of marriage. Speak softly and definitely forget the big stick.
Young women are starting to defy external pressures and choose allegiance to their inner voice.
Why the couple in the restaurant aren't talking to each other.
A greater openness does not seem to have led to greater marital success.
When it comes to accepting the Torah, we can become like conflicted teenagers.
If they make a mistake, should parents apologize to their children?
Elephants are famous for their memories. Among human beings, there's nothing like a wife.
Is your spouse behaving in a way you find disturbing? The first place to look should be in a mirror.
What is it with adolescent girls and shopping? One mother's battle for perspective.
Disagreements, clashes, struggles are an inevitable part of growing up. Whether they result in animosity or deepened relationships is in our hands.
Too many couples have sacrificed closeness to the call of The Late Show.
J.K. Rowling can end the Harry Potter series with hope and optimism, or cynicism and disillusionment. Let's hope she chooses wisely.
Marriage is about more than giving. It's about putting our spouse's needs constantly and completely before our own.
I had a house, and then I had children. Preserve your sanity and let go of your attachment of the physical world.
Reaching middle age doesn't have to mean getting squished from our growing children on one side and our aging parents on the other.
We all know the pain and humiliation of being the victim of an unedited speaker.
Presents are nice. Luxurious presents may be nicer. But don't confuse them with real thoughtfulness and caring.
Thank God, the streets of Jerusalem are alive once again. There is bustle and energy, hope and joy. And sadly, lots of garbage.