Creative Cuisine for the Nine Days

Delicious non-meat dishes your entire family will enjoy.

The Absurdity of Being Jealous of One’s Spouse

My husband and I are one. Being jealous of him is like being jealous of my arm.

Invitations to Heaven

As we prepare for our son’s wedding, I’m thinking of all the people who touched our lives.

In Israel All Jews Feel like Family

Outside of Israel it’s so easy to forget that the Jewish people is one big family.

PODCAST: Those Maddening Power Struggles at Home

Dr. Lisa Aiken on the root causes of anger and what to do about it.

How to Talk to Your Teen

The art to keeping connected to teens.

If Our Phone Calls were Broadcasted

My friend’s daughter was listening carefully to every word she said, including the ones about her and her brother.

What to Do with Leftover Chicken

5 quick dinner options with tons of new flavor.

Wisdom for Love: The Blessings at a Jewish Wedding

How the blessings recited under the chuppah help guide the couple to live together in harmony.

Undercover Boss: An Amazing Lesson in Kindness

An inspiring true story that brought me to tears.

Respect Your Kids and They’ll Respect You

5 ways to model respect through action and speech without giving up your authority.

Why Do I Treat a Roommate Better than My Husband?

A week of rooming with my friend highlighted the discrepancy and showed me a roadmap for improvement.

PODCAST: Stuck at Home While Your Spouse is Away on Business Trips

Rabbi Yom Tov Glaser on how couples can fortify their marriage despite frequent traveling for work.

Grabbing the Candy

Why do kids want to own tons of candy that they’re not all that interested in eating?

A Face in the Window

As Father's Day approaches, I am haunted by one most vivid and moving scene from my childhood.

Moms, Give the Father of Your Kids the Appreciation They Deserve

Five ways to appreciate your husband’s role as father of the house.

Over-Zealous Parenting is Harming our Children

How to raise independent kids in today ‘s world.

A Father’s Promises

A reminder for fathers everywhere.

Moms’ Secret Stash of Goodies

There are few things more frustrating at the end of a draining day than discovering that the "comfort" treat you've been dreaming of gone.

My Year of Going Out of My Comfort Zone

I chose to tackle the challenge of public speaking. God had other plans.

My Mother’s Courage

During the Holocaust my mother saved my father’s life at great risk to her own.

Do You and Your Spouse Ever Argue? Watch This

How to achieve unity in your marriage without uniformity.

Renewed Hope from Small-Town America

This past week reminded me that people can, in fact, be good.

8 Common Relationship Mistakes

These eight mistakes can damage a healthy relationship. Pay attention now before you fall into a common pattern.

Millennial Kosher

Kosher food blog creator, Busy In Brooklyn, publishes a collection of bold dishes that reflect her passion for reinventing traditional foods with a Millennial vibe.

Baseball Vulgarity

The guy sitting behind me and my grandson was constantly screaming in our ears and every other word was cursing.

Motivating the Addict in the Family to Seek Help

Dr. Jacob Freedman on the warning signs of addiction and treatment.

The Deep Meaning Behind An Orthodox Jewish Wedding

Meet Hadassa and Ze'ev, a young couple who unite their souls in the holy mitzvah of marriage before they've even held hands.

How to be a Spiritual Role Model to Your Children

The four key steps to being a spiritual exemplar in your family.

5 Marriage Mantras to Live By

Practical insights to help you keep your head above water and not get locked in conflict.

Connecting in Death Valley

What we share as individuals and as a nation is so much more than what we don’t.

King Tut & the Revolution of Torah

I didn’t expect to walk away from a King Tut exhibit with a new way to make Shavuot meaningful.

These Biblical Women Are the Ultimate Mother and Daughter-in-Law

It’s not enough for Jews to consider themselves the “Chosen people;” we also need to be the choosing people.

Want Your Kids to Remain Jewish? Better Start Early

The growing field of attachment theory suggests that our religious affiliations later in life are determined chiefly in our first years.

PODCAST: Jamie Geller’s Easy Cheesy Shavuot Dishes

Simple and scrumptious salads, sides, mains, and cheesecake!

6 Lessons that Made Me a Better Mom

Practical advice that made a big difference.

Healthy and Fresh Recipes

Contemporary spins on old favorites, with fresh and seasonal ingredients, low in fats and sugars.

Who Needs Mouth Guards?

Living with so much stress, we need to strengthen our faith and trust muscles.

PODCAST: The United State of Parenthood

Rabbi Zev Leff’s guide to overcoming parenting challenges together.

Creating the Silence

By cutting out distractions we can hear our inner voice that longs for connection.

Parenting is Stressful

It’s part of the reason why it’s so pleasurable.

A Letter to My Beloved Sister

Thank you for giving me the gift of your beautiful soul.

You’ve Got Mail!

Remember the excitement of getting a letter?

Time Is Flying By

The older you get, the quicker time seems to move.

Receive Weekly Family Emails

Sign up to our Family Jewsletter.

Our privacy policy