My husband is very sensitive and gives comfort to others in pain. But he takes things too personally and can fly off the handle.
My husband and I want to start a family but we both love our intense jobs and neither one of us is ready to give our job.
He is in counseling and working very hard on changing. Am I being a fool to stay and hope that he can change?
He is too busy running after his desires to really invest in our marriage.
I want to move but my husband refuses to discuss it. The stress is hurting me.
My only daughter became religious, met a guy and plans on moving to Israel. I am devastated.
After 34 years of being happily married, it’s all going to pot. Nothing is making me happy.
Insults, disrespect and bad attitude, these parents are feeling out of their league.
My teenaged daughter is becoming a recluse and I’m spending all my spare time with her.
After moving out and initiating divorce, my husband is vowing to change. Should I give him another chance?
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.
At the last moment my son backed out of going on a Birthright trip to Israel. I’m furious.
Help! She’s given up her girlfriends and wants to forgo her rare scholarship and switch schools to be with him.
I’m expected to cook and host and no one helps. Gratitude is the last thing I’m feeling on Thanksgiving.
My husband has addiction and anger issues. What’s best for my kids: stay with him or divorce?
My husband doesn’t know when to keep his mouth shut and has alienated friends and family.
My husband wants me to join him at a business-related party, I want to stay at home to complete my work.
Am I working to avoid facing issues in my marriage?
My dear friend remains single and alone, while a former adulterous friend is remarried and expecting. How’s that fair?
Aloof and rude, I think my self-respect demands that I distance myself from my husband’s sister.
My son’s school wants him to tattle on his friends or be expelled. What should we do?
Help! My mother-in-law is taking over my life and my husband doesn’t care.
My daughter has run off and my son-in-law won’t let me see my grandsons. Should I continue to help them out?
My mother scheduled plastic surgery to improve her appearance. My father and I think she’s making a big mistake.
I love my wife very much and don't want to lose her. I don’t know what to do.
My husband is annoyed that I spend so much time involved in many worthwhile causes.
I hate confrontation and let things slide until things boil over and I explode.
My husband’s a gem, his family is not. We’re expecting our first baby and they want to be in our lives more often.
Our brother demands that we end our relationship with his first wife. None of his siblings want to.
I’m annoyed at the people helping my special-needs daughter in order to build their resume.
I need to lose 40 pounds and instead of helping me, my family is standing in my way.
I want our family to start having Shabbat dinners, but I’m concerned my teenaged kids will be resentful.
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.
I‘m pretty sure my father is having an affair. Should I tell my mother?
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?
Help! I am sabotaging my efforts to control my eating and can’t lose weight.
I’m scared to visit Israel now and want to cancel, but my husband is adamant about going.
Help! I’m the one getting married but my parents think this is their wedding, not mine.
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.
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.
My 10-year-old son and his friends want to cross a busy street by themselves and get ice cream. Should I let him?