A Taste of Pesach: 3 Choice Recipes

Celebrate Passover with a delicious collection of family favorite recipes.

Presto Pesach: Passover Cooking with an Instant Pot

Using an Instant Pot to accelerate your Passover preparations.

Real Families are Messy

And I don't just mean the toys on the floor and the dishes in the sink.

PODCAST: Smart Steps to Problem-Solving in Marriage

Dr. Lisa Aiken’s guide to settling differences with kindness.

3 Ways to Motivate Your Child to Learn

How to instill a growth mindset in your kids.

Meals in a Bowl

Very filling, delicious and a great way to save time.

Just Don’t Look

If all those Facebook posts are getting you jealous and annoyed, why look?

Spanish Menu for Your Purim Feast

Exciting and palate-tickling dishes that will add a jolt of fun to your Purim celebration.

Husbands First: Practical Ways to Show He’s #1

Despite our busy schedules and without becoming a Stepford wife.

Purim and Our Children’s Super Powers

Orit Esther Riter on how Jewish children were instrumental in changing the Purim narrative.

5 Ways to Raise Confident Kids

Practical and proven advice for all parents.

You Don’t Want Your Child to Just be Happy

In fact, almost every day you have to make children feel sad.

PODCAST: Shabbat Meals Simplified

Jamie Geller’s easy shortcuts with delicious results.

3 Amazing Hamantaschen Ideas

Candyland, challah and pizza hamantaschen to spruce up your Purim.

My Carpet Tells a Story

Getting my living room carpet cleaned uncovered a startling truth.

15 Jewish Quotes about Love

Reflecting Judaism’s views of love, marriage and companionship.

Is Your Marriage the Top Priority?

Why do we have a tough time putting our husbands first?

Real Life Kosher Cooking

Creating delicious food for the life you live.

49 Phrases to Calm an Anxious Child

Simple phrases to help your children identify, accept, and work through their anxious moments.

The Small Parts

It’s the seemingly trivial acts that make us who we really are.

The Four Temperaments of Children

And how to motivate your child based on their personality.

The Narcissist Next Door

Was the problem me or her? Sometimes it’s hard to know.

Super Bowl Sunday Treats

Watching the big game or just having friends over? These treats are great for a crowd, super casual, and lots of fun to eat.

A New Look at those Dreadful Holiday Letters

Who knew the Facebook “humble brag” could actually be a force for good?

What Ever Happened to Respecting Our Elders?

Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky explains how children today learn about common courtesy.

Giving My Son with Asperger’s His Voice

Being his protective advocate was no longer helpful. It was actually debilitating.

Tu B’Shvat Fruit Recipes

A wide variety of scrumptious dishes incorporating sweet and tangy fruits.

Credit and Blame in Parenting

Like it or not, your children have free will.

Hearty Nourishing Soups

There’s nothing like a hot soup to warm you up when it’s freezing outside.

Stop Playing the Martyr

Husbands are not mind readers. If we want help, we should ask for it.

6 Skills to Learn Before Marriage

And if you’re already married, it is never too late!

PODCAST: Just Change Already!

Dr. Lisa Aiken on cracking the code of criticism and complaints.

Don’t Interfere and Defend Your Child

We will almost never be successful, and we may do more harm than good.

Yehuda Fell!: My Lesson in Gratitude

As my son lay below me, silent and motionless, thoughts raced through my mind.

PODCAST: Getting Along with Our In-Laws

Expert advice from Rosie Einhorn and Sherry Zimmerman

Substance Abuse and Our Children

Invisible or inimitable? Our kids need to feel that have unique value and are irreplaceable.

Rav Shteinman’s No Eulogy Request

Why I think it’s a good practice to emulate.

Heroes Aren’t Perfect

And neither are we. So let’s cut them – and ourselves – some slack.

Secrets of Successful Communication in Marriage

Author Chana Levitan’s best advice on improving the foundation of marriage.

Honey, I Learned This in a Marriage Book

Should you tell your spouse you’re doing something because you got the advice from a book?

More Scary Tales from the Grocery Store

The cashier didn’t acknowledge my existence and here’s why it matters.

Mayim Bialik on Divorce

How I handle being divorced and frame it so it works as best as it can for me, for my ex, for my kids.

PODCAST: Talking to Our Children about God

Rabbi Berel Wein’s advice for parents of children at every age.

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