About the Author

Slovie Jungreis-Wolff

Slovie Jungreis Wolff is a noted teacher, author, relationships and parenting lecturer. She is the leader of Hineni Couples and daughter of Rebbetzen Esther Jungreis. Slovie is the author of the parenting handbook, Raising A Child With Soul. She gives weekly classes and has lectured throughout the U.S.,Canada, Mexico, Panama, and South Africa. You can reach slovie at sloviehineni@gmail.com

Raising Millennials

How to instill empathy and sensitivity in an age of narcissism and entitlement.

Stop the Complaining

How to overcome negativity.

The Angry Child

10 tips to empower parents.

Hot News!

Lessons from being hacked.

Singing from a Narrow Place

My father taught me the joy of singing in the wake of adversity.

Ben Affleck on Marriage

A good marriage takes work. Even in Hollywood.

CPR for Marriage

3 ways to revive your love.

Lance Armstrong’s Apology

How to properly say you’re sorry.

4 Ways Marriages Fade Away

How to avoid falling off an emotional cliff.

Raising Resilient Children

Teaching children to prevail over tragedies like Sandy Hook and Hurricane Sandy.

Slovie’s Hurricane Sandy Diary

A personal glimpse into a world turned upside down.

Jewish Kids Gone Wild

Have we given up teaching our children how to be a mensch?

5 Parenting Goals for Every Family

How to ensure your children have a productive year.

Teaching Kids about the High Holidays

Practical ways to transmit the beauty of our heritage.

3 Keys to Spiritual Growth

Don’t get discouraged this Rosh Hashanah.

Why Divorce

Five common relationship blunders that divorcees learned the hard way.

Bullying Grandma on the Bus

Karen Huff Klein teaches us a valuable lesson for The Three Weeks.

Mothers at Work

Are we fulfilling our unique mission, despite the demands in our lives?

Why the Chutzpah?

Parents who undermine each other bring disrespect home.

Being Mom Enough

Is Time magazine over the line with its cover photo of a mother breastfeeding her toddler son?

3 Ways to Improve Your Marriage on Your Own

Even if your spouse won’t get help, you can still strengthen your marriage. Here’s how.

A Marine's Final Gift

A Bronze Star hero demonstrates genuine strength in an unexpected way.

The Facebook Parent: A Response

How to really help your troubled teen.

Raising Compassionate Kids

How to teach children to be more caring and sensitive.

Happy Together

5 ways to bring friendship back into marriage.

Mommy, Daddy, Stop Fighting

Four points a child wished her parents knew about fighting.

It's My Fault

Three words that changed everything.

Peter Pan Parent

Some parents never want to grow up.

My Yom Kippur Resolution

I cringe thinking how much aggravation I caused this woman.

Love Insurance

Three steps to protect the most important investment of your life.

Abba, Where Are You?

I'll never forget the day we found out my father had cancer.

How to Stop Fighting

Four ways for couples to create an atmosphere of peace.

6 Keys to Outsmart Stress

Simple steps to reclaim your life.

5 Ways to Keep Your Love Alive

Falling in love is the easy part. Here's how to keep your love thriving.

Manhood and the Great Recession

How we respond to the economic downturn makes a profound impact on our children.

Kids and Stress

Stressful times produce stressful kids. How can we empower our children as we empower ourselves?

Excess Baggage

Is emotional baggage sabotaging your relationships?

Are Chinese Parents Superior?

A Jewish response to Amy Chua's extreme parenting.

The Art of Positive Thinking

Negative thinking doesn't just ruin a family dinner, it ruins lives.

Soul Ignited

This Chanukah, tap into the light.

Roommates or Soul Mates?

Three tips for being soul mates forever.


Are we raising children to be mean?

The Human Skin Lampshade

Will your children be able to transmit the story of our people?

A Yom Kippur Question

I was floored. There wasn't one doctor in the whole hospital willing to help us.

What's a Father For?

The definition of being a father.

Taken for Granted

Am I being kind or just doing what I’m supposed to be doing for my family?

TTYL: Talk to You Later

Connecting with spouses and children in a world gone texting.

Bat Mitzvah Reflections

A letter to my daughter upon her Bat Mitzvah.

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