Do our kids realize that losing is not the worst thing to happen? Do we?
It tells him: you’re the most important person in the world to me.
Five myths that hamper our ability to create a thriving, loving marriage.
I had no idea the Vietnamese woman doing my nails was a courageous heroine as tough as nails.
How would you be different if you had the ultimate coach who believed in you?
How to bring the gratitude attitude into our homes and daily lives.
She needs to feel that in your eyes, she is in first place. And show it with your actions.
Our home is not Club Med. It is not a place where anything goes.
Why Hanukkah is the most anti-American holiday of all.
As we get older, with fewer defenses and inhibitions to provide any filters, our real selves poke through.
Hard work and success lead to passion. Not the other way around.
Kids need to see some disagreements – and amicable conflict resolution.
Rosh Hashanah is about commitments, not resolutions.
I realized just how much interaction we lose on a daily basis due to our preoccupation with the phone.
We should be embarrassed that we even noticed it.
Why do we have such a hard time spending quiet time alone with just ourselves?
The never-ending news cycle has become a freak show. Can we disengage?
Stopping my mind from wandering into those negative places.
Tisha B’Av is an opportune time to recapture our intense drive to connect with our Creator.
Making character our primary focus does not mean that we should go around unkempt, wearing a burlap sack.
When did it become okay to floss your teeth and clean your ears in public?
Kids take their cues from parents. What message are you projecting?
Successful relationships require accepting your loved one’s idiosyncrasies, no matter how crazy you find them.
In today’s over-sexualized society, some school official are trying to bring some decorum and learning back to the classroom.
Inspiration is everywhere – particularly when I’m awake enough to notice!
An elderly patient died from bureaucracy without humanity.