PODCAST: Getting Along with Our In-Laws

Expert advice from Rosie Einhorn and Sherry Zimmerman

Yehuda Fell!: My Lesson in Gratitude

As my son lay below me, silent and motionless, thoughts raced through my mind.

Rav Shteinman’s No Eulogy Request

Why I think it’s a good practice to emulate.

Substance Abuse and Our Children

Invisible or inimitable? Our kids need to feel that have unique value and are irreplaceable.

PODCAST: Secrets of Successful Communication in Marriage

Author Chana Levitan’s best advice on improving the foundation of marriage.

Heroes Aren’t Perfect

And neither are we. So let’s cut them – and ourselves – some slack.

Honey, I Learned This in a Marriage Book

Should you tell your spouse you’re doing something because you got the advice from a book?

PODCAST: Talking to Our Children about God

Rabbi Berel Wein’s advice for parents of children at every age.

More Scary Tales from the Grocery Store

The cashier didn’t acknowledge my existence and here’s why it matters.

5 Tips for Disciplining Your Toddler

How to better handle the terrible-two stage.

Mayim Bialik on Divorce

How I handle being divorced and frame it so it works as best as it can for me, for my ex, for my kids.

The Quick Fix

Just read this article and all your problems will be solved, just like that.

What Happened to Time?

When I was a kid, I wanted everything to hurry up. Now I can’t slow it down.

PODCAST: Lighting up the Darkness with Our Family on Chanukah

Orit Esther Riter on Chanukah’s message of clarity and purpose.

Hanukkah and Attaining True Greatness

Consistency and relentless long-term dedication make all the difference in the world.

5 Ways to Stop Your Kids Getting Spoiled this Chanukah

Ensuring Jewish values don’t get lost amidst all the presents and parties.

Raising Boys to become Good Men

For starters, they need to see that women are genuinely respected in your home.

PODCAST: Telling Our Children the Message of Chanukah

Rabbi Ken Spiro on the Maccabee’s fight for Jewish values.

The First Scratch Is the Hardest

Best to just get it over with and then focus on the pleasure.

5 Questions to Ask for a Happy Marriage

Five conversations that should take place over the course of dating and even within marriage itself.

How Baseball Hall of Famer Eddie Murray Kept One Man Alive

Nothing was going to keep Richard Wade from seeing Murray join the 3000 hit club. Not even cancer.

Home of the First Snowmobile

We all have a need to feel that we matter.

How to Really Talk with Your Kids

For starters, do not ask them, “How was your day?”

PODCAST: Marriage Back from the Brink

The road to rejuvenating a marriage with author Chana Levitan.

Your Child Got Divorced?!

I am astounded by people’s utter lack of sensitivity.

Our 60th Wedding Anniversary: The Secret to Making Marriages Last

The foundation of a great marriage is something we’ve learned as kids.

The Irate Customer

A heated argument at my local grocer reminded me how easy it is to completely lose it.

Teaching Children Respect

A practical guide to bringing the value of respect into your home.

Our Mother Rachel

What is so special about Rachel that we commemorate her death more than any of the other matriarchs and patriarchs?

Stop. It’s a Beautiful World

Appreciating breathtaking beauty does not come easily to me.

My Husband is Not My Best Friend

Marriage isn’t just friendship; my spouse is literally a part of me.

PODCAST: At Home in Jerusalem PODCAST: Why Do Opposites Attract?

Bestselling author Chana Levitan shares the secrets of exciting marriage.

Taco Night, Pesto with Quinoa and Salmon

Yummy brain food and the best way to use up leftovers.

4 Simple Phrases to Help Teach Kids to be Respectful

Children get mouthy because they haven’t learned how to handle the overwhelming feelings of anger, disappointment, and frustration.

Don’t Listen to Anna Wintour

Who says we have to accept society’s definition of beauty?

The Antidote to Our Entitled Generation

Sukkot is the holiday Jewish families need.

Into the Desert

Reconciling the spiritual and the physical during the holiday of Sukkot.

Kugels and Yom Tov Specialties, Easy to Freeze

Three delicious kugels and the decadent Hungarian Golden Dumpling Coffee Cake that’s worth all the effort.

Here’s What Counts: A Letter to My Children

Important wisdom I’ve learned in my nearly 40 years of living – more than 14 of them as your mother.

Menus for Before and After Yom Kippur

Tips and recipes for eating well before and after the fast.

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