The Jewish View of Cremation

Death involves not just the body, but also the soul.

Six Habits of Happily Married Couples

Success in marriage hinges on consistent performance of these key habits.

The 5 Ingredients of a Great Marriage

How to make this relationship thing work.

Guide to the Jewish Wedding

Learn the deeper significance of a Jewish wedding, and print out a copy for the wedding guests, too!

How to Get Married After 35

Helena Rosenberg wants us to bring the same passion and tenacity that we bring to business to finding a marriage partner.

Seven Ways to Find Your Jewish Soul Mate

Some time-tested tips to making it happen -- soon.

How To Survive Getting Dumped

When it comes to getting over a relationship's demise, a little patience and play-acting go a long way.

Surviving a Long-Distance Relationship

Keeping a relationship alive across the miles is no easy task. These tips make the job more manageable.

Five Lessons in Dating for Marriage

Women share their advice gleaned from years of challenging dating.

What Is Love?

Many believe love is a sensation that magically generates when Mr. or Ms. Right appears. No wonder so many people are single.

Ten Ways to Marry the Wrong Person

Blind love is not the way to choose a spouse. Here are practical tools for keeping your eyes wide open.

Date Smart, Not Hard

Staying focused, by using a simple formula, may help us shorten our journey from dating to marriage.

Pidyon Ha'ben - Redemption of First Born

Explaining the Jewish ceremony of buying a baby boy for five silver coins.

Bris Milah Beautiful or Barbaric?

Human rights groups decry circumcision as an illegal act of child molestation.

Girls' Names

The origin and meaning of some of the most common Jewish names for girls.

Boys' Names

The origin and meaning of some of the most common Jewish names for boys.

What is Circumcision?

Brit Milah: How a simple mitzvah makes a worldwide, eternal impact on the entire Jewish people.

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