Allowing the needs of another to take precedence doesn't make you a wimp. It's affirming the supremacy of the marriage over the individual.
Facebook to the contrary, most of us have very few friends. It's supposed to be that way.
It's long past time for women to stand up for who we truly are.
Examine your actions vis-a-vis your spouse and ask, "Who do I think about more: my mate or myself?"
Instead of complaining about what's wrong, ask for what you need.
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Rivka Wiesenfeld was a selfless dynamo who used every ounce of energy to give to others.
I voted for McCain and still wept for joy at the inauguration.
Even when the situation appears bleak, God is still there behind the scenes, pulling the strings.
This Sukkot, transcend your anxiety and feel secure in God's loving embrace.
Making sure your spouse feels loved and appreciated is a lot more important than getting the right brand of detergent.
A few blocks away from the Grammy's, there was even a better show was taking place.
A happy marriage is one where intimacy is protected against any and all intrusion by impenetrable barriers.
A hole in the nose is easily repaired. A hole in the heart is much more difficult to mend.
Visits to the bank give me an education in what passes for societal norms in behavior.
Do you talk to your spouse no matter how sleep deprived, overworked or frustrated you are? Communicating with God is no different.
Like a football coach, our overriding goal is to help our children realize their potential.
More and more women are choosing to conquer the world by staying home to raise their children.
Today everything is disposable, from the trivial to the profound. It takes a dramatic shift to internalize the power of permanence.
A lot of our parenting meltdowns are due to our own poor planning.
Yes it's romantic to sit and stare into each other's eyes. But talk won't build a marriage in the same way that action will.
These are dark times. But they are not the first ones we have faced.
Turning a negative into a positive is essential to strengthening a marriage.
A fun questionnaire reveals the preconceived notions that often underlie our conflicts in marriage.
Your expectations in marriage can make the relationship thrive or falter.
Answering Rosh Hashana's question: Did you do as much as you could with the gifts the Almighty gave you?
If we can't be bothered to write a real thank you note, how grateful are we really?
And it's not something we learn from books and classes.