Two simple, cost-free suggestions to nurture your kids' creativity.
How do I get my estranged stepson to honor his father?
Do standardized tests and structure thwart creativity and talent?
It’s unbearable to see some parents anxiously straining to hear a heartbeat, while others seek to still that beat forever.
I really like him but I'm looking for someone to spend the rest of my life with and he's happy with casual.
Marriage thrives when each other works to support their spouse's growth.
Survivors put my petty selfishness and complaints to shame.
It’s important to know how to give. It’s just as important to know how to receive.
Advice for a critical husband, a grieving community and a financially struggling couple.
A surprising and humbling lesson from a gourmet food magazine.
I want to stop hating a group of friends who tormented me throughout high school, but I can't.
That's how long it can take for our lives to be dramatically changed.
Did I go too far in telling our daughter we would not attend the wedding?
It wasn't only my daughter who was being called to the mat.
All too often we ignore God's most awe-inspiring creation – other human beings.
Why doesn't my daughter appreciate that all I want is for her to be happy?
I love my husband but his frequent outbursts and threats are stressing me out.
How to make the encounters positive and productive.
Infusing our day-to-day life with the intensity of the High Holidays.
Sharing our friend's pain is more important than sharing their joy.
It's not only the kids who have a hard time. Anyone who carpools will totally relate.
This Yom Kippur I'll be thinking about living every moment to its fullest.
Advice for a lonely 80-year-old bachelor, a single mom who is losing her daughter, and a wife who doesn't like her husband's gifts.
The healthy response to all of life’s challenges, including Rosh Hashana.
Answering the following questions is a great place to start preparing for the High Holidays.
Help! My niece can't stop eating!
Is being a parent more difficult and less rewarding than expected?
Their pain is very great and it’s too easy to forget about them.
Should I tell my friend that I think her son has a serious problem?
Struggles with faith and concerns that a neighbor is harming his children.