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Giving Leads to Caring

Giving Leads to Caring

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What's the right attitude when they don't give back?

My Protest

My Protest

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It's hard to stay silent against a bald-faced lie.

Dress Like It Matters

Dress Like It Matters

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What we wear affects our behavior and self-image.

Bite Your Tongue

Bite Your Tongue

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The benefits of keeping my big mouth shut.

The Other

The Other "M" Word

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In our home, this word strikes fear in the hearts of my children.

Women Power

Women Power

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Young women are starting to defy external pressures and choose allegiance to their inner voice.

Excuses, Excuses

Excuses, Excuses

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Cut your spouse some slack.

Silent Married Couple

Silent Married Couple

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Why the couple in the restaurant aren't talking to each other.

Unforgettable

Unforgettable

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How do you want to be remembered?

Hard To Say Goodbye

Hard To Say Goodbye

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I thought I'd mastered this letting go business.

Summer Is Coming

Summer Is Coming

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Time for relief or panic?

Preserving Mystery

Preserving Mystery

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A greater openness does not seem to have led to greater marital success.

Choosing Happiness

Choosing Happiness

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The power for happiness is in our hands, and no one else's.

The Overweight Child

The Overweight Child

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What's a parent to do?

Shavuot and Commencement

Shavuot and Commencement

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When it comes to accepting the Torah, we can become like conflicted teenagers.

Kids' Day

Kids' Day

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Take a moment and appreciate your kid's goodness.

The Perfect Parent

The Perfect Parent

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If they make a mistake, should parents apologize to their children?

Handling In-Laws

Handling In-Laws

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The cardinal rule: Your first loyalty is to your spouse.

Fear of YouTube

Fear of YouTube

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Imagine your life being broadcast online to the world.

Being An In-Law

Being An In-Law

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Give financial support and keep your mouth shut.

A Good Morning

A Good Morning

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When I'm grateful for just not screaming.

MySpace, My Slander

MySpace, My Slander

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Today's perpetrator could be tomorrow's victim.

The Dead Zone

The Dead Zone

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Is your spouse too tired to talk?

Fairy Tale Wedding

Fairy Tale Wedding

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Your wedding should not be the happiest day of your life.

The Wife's Gigabyte Memory

The Wife's Gigabyte Memory

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Elephants are famous for their memories. Among human beings, there's nothing like a wife.

Blame Game

Blame Game

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Is your spouse behaving in a way you find disturbing? The first place to look should be in a mirror.

You (Haven't) Come A Long Way Baby

You (Haven't) Come A Long Way Baby

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There is a new feminist battle to be fought.

Fighting Fair

Fighting Fair

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Five rules on having a good fight with your spouse.

The Sacred Place

The Sacred Place

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Too many couples have sacrificed closeness to the call of The Late Show.

Building Fences

Building Fences

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Don't rely on willpower alone to keep your resolutions.

I'm Rooting for Harry

I'm Rooting for Harry

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J.K. Rowling can end the Harry Potter series with hope and optimism, or cynicism and disillusionment. Let's hope she chooses wisely.

Advice from Miss Deitz's Third-Grade Class

Advice from Miss Deitz's Third-Grade Class

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Marriage is about more than giving. It's about putting our spouse's needs constantly and completely before our own.

We're Gonna Have a Ball!

We're Gonna Have a Ball!

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Funerals can be a powerful force for change.

The Sandwich Generation

The Sandwich Generation

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Reaching middle age doesn't have to mean getting squished from our growing children on one side and our aging parents on the other.

Your Red Pen

Your Red Pen

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We all know the pain and humiliation of being the victim of an unedited speaker.

It's Not About the Diamond

It's Not About the Diamond

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Presents are nice. Luxurious presents may be nicer. But don't confuse them with real thoughtfulness and caring.

Littering the Holy Land

Littering the Holy Land

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Thank God, the streets of Jerusalem are alive once again. There is bustle and energy, hope and joy. And sadly, lots of garbage.

Waste Not

Waste Not

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Putting your leftovers to maximum use.

Respect Your Elders

Respect Your Elders

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No matter what your age, it's never too late to make a difference.

Fashion Statement

Fashion Statement

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If you don't want to be treated like an object, don't dress like one.

Kvetching

Kvetching

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Complaining isn't just a bad habit. It actually makes the problem worse.

Wrinkles and All

Wrinkles and All

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The pleasures of reaching middle age.

Bonding through Mutual Dislike

Bonding through Mutual Dislike

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Is gossip really a good way to create relationships?

Getting the Ear of the President

Getting the Ear of the President

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Everyday you get the opportunity to meet the most important leader of the world. Are you ready?

Starting the New Year Right

Starting the New Year Right

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We frequently spend our time on trivial pursuits at the expense of more important ones.

A Fresh Start

A Fresh Start

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Yom Kippur is one of the most hopeful days of the year.

School Supplies Run Amok

School Supplies Run Amok

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Mixed with delight and relief on the first day of school is the fear of the dreaded school supply lists.

Just the Two of Us

Just the Two of Us

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There's nothing like a short vacation – just you and your spouse, with no kids – to strengthen your marriage.

Kindness Begins at Home

Kindness Begins at Home

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Why do we feel proud of ourselves for cooking for an acquaintance who just gave birth and burdened by making dinner for our families?

Not in the Mood

Not in the Mood

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It's the giving that counts, not the feeling.

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