My smart daughter got a free pass in school. How do I teach her to listen to authority as she enters the real world?
Managing personality clashes in parenting, marriage and friends.
My ex-wife’s behavior is hurting our daughters and I’m having a hard time stopping myself from saying what I really think.
Just because I did it imperfectly today is not a reason to give up the fight.
I‘m pretty sure my father is having an affair. Should I tell my mother?
Unencumbered by past mistakes, now is the time to start anew.
I don’t want to strike up personal conversation with the salesperson.
Help! My mother insists on telling me all the negative things about my father.
Should I tell my friend some negative information about the man she is dating?
This couple has nothing common. What is the secret to their happy marriage?
Help! I am sabotaging my efforts to control my eating and can’t lose weight.
Do something daily to identify with the pain Israelis are going through.
I’m scared to visit Israel now and want to cancel, but my husband is adamant about going.
Have you ever complained about receiving too many wedding and bar mitzvah invitations?
Help! I’m the one getting married but my parents think this is their wedding, not mine.
Two young adults with Down syndrome got married and we witnessed a miracle.
After posting photos of a party, two friends who weren’t invited stopped talking to me.
One mother refuses to carpool and help out. The rest of us are feeling resentful.
There’s a good reason the army cares about those hospital corners. Judaism does too.
The story of Ruth is inspirational. The story of Naomi could have been also.
Help! I love my parents but I think they are an embarrassment.
I’m exploring my Jewish roots and bringing more spirituality into our lives, but my husband wants no part of it.
Kids are selling their Ritalin to classmates who crave the extra focus to do better on their exams.
Comparing myself to those who are taller, richer, healthier and who have smoother skin.
Where human behavior is on display – at its best and, more frequently, at its worst.
My 10-year-old son and his friends want to cross a busy street by themselves and get ice cream. Should I let him?
Ask questions, tell stories and make learning fun.