Do You and Your Spouse Ever Argue? Watch This

How to achieve unity in your marriage without uniformity.

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Comments (13)

(13) Reuven Frank, October 28, 2018 9:39 AM

Marriage and Communication

I have a GREAT relationship with my wife, Thank G-d
and
have found that our greatest "differences" (read that, yes, 'arguments') come when we're not on the same page.

When we talk it out and realize that this particular disagreement came from a misunderstanding,
we can get back together more than 99% of the time.

Could the Rabbi please talk about the importance of good communication in marriage?

To me it's like the real estate agents' answer of three-times location.
The three most important things in marriage imho are:
communication, communication and communication.

Thanks for the great vid and
Keep Them Coming, PLEASE!

(12) Josh Charlat, June 13, 2018 2:20 PM

Loved this video!

Very useful. Direct and to the point. Ready to put it into good use.
Thanks Rabbi Sytner!

(11) Yitz, June 10, 2018 3:31 PM

Reb Tzvi, I love the video! You rock!

(10) Anonymous, June 6, 2018 7:29 PM

Very nice.

Per your request, can you make another clip with a strong reason(s) explaining why Jews must accept upon themselves the yoke of the Mitzvos. Why must we submit our will to G-D's even to die for G-D? It's wonderful he created us and I "owe him" but must I submit my entire way of life to him? Is it because this was the purpose for the creation of the world and contingent upon us living according to the Torah.

(9) Lyone, June 5, 2018 11:47 PM

Other Disagreements

Thanks for this video. My husband and I have an unusual marriage. Our "arguments" sound more like rabbinic disputes--with the volume turned up. We argue about Torah and Halakha a lot.......and a lot more. Having met and married later in life, we have learned that this is one of the main reasons we got together: because we could have high level discussions with one another. But we definitely have many disagreements up in the stratosphere. We have learned (continue to learn) to "not take it personally" when we disagree.
And we also try to tell one another when it is just not a good time for an argument--communication like this is so important to keeping the rest of the marriage on an even keel. Letting your spouse know when you are having a bad day can make everything else much better!

(8) Carlette, June 5, 2018 5:33 PM

There was great information in this video, thank you!

(7) Arlene Niver, June 5, 2018 3:10 PM

Great, insightful perspectives

Thank you for your words of wisdom

(6) K H Ryesky, June 5, 2018 2:27 PM

Shalom Bayit is worth fighting for!

If you want Shalom Bayit, then you've got to fight for it!

(5) Anonymous, June 5, 2018 2:27 PM

Great video

What you said was very helpful. Re: Three Jews who can't agree on where to go for lunch. That comment made me laugh out loud, as I have LIVED that experience more than once!

(4) Andrew Silverman, June 5, 2018 2:18 PM

On unity in marriage

Great video. You've become less formal, I notice; no tie. Our youngest Joey became engaged to a young lady from neighboring Scarsdale. Great family; we are thrilled. Her grandfather was the caterer of our bachor's BM.
Andy
All the best.

(3) Sally Wise, June 5, 2018 2:08 PM

Great takeaway; trade what you want now for what you want in the future!

(2) Anonymous, June 5, 2018 2:01 PM

good advice

I enjoyed your short but insightful comments.

(1) Gerry Posner, June 5, 2018 11:03 AM

Keep them coming.

First time I have seen these comments by Rabbi Zvi. I like what I see.

 

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