Renewed Hope from Small-Town America

This past week reminded me that people can, in fact, be good.

Motivating the Addict in the Family to Seek Help

Dr. Jacob Freedman on the warning signs of addiction and treatment.

How to be a Spiritual Role Model to Your Children

The four key steps to being a spiritual exemplar in your family.

Baseball Vulgarity

The guy sitting behind me and my grandson was constantly screaming in our ears and every other word was cursing.

8 Common Relationship Mistakes

These eight mistakes can damage a healthy relationship. Pay attention now before you fall into a common pattern.

The Deep Meaning Behind An Orthodox Jewish Wedding

Meet Hadassa and Ze'ev, a young couple who unite their souls in the holy mitzvah of marriage before they've even held hands.

Millennial Kosher

Kosher food blog creator, Busy In Brooklyn, publishes a collection of bold dishes that reflect her passion for reinventing traditional foods with a Millennial vibe.

Connecting in Death Valley

What we share as individuals and as a nation is so much more than what we don’t.

5 Marriage Mantras to Live By

Practical insights to help you keep your head above water and not get locked in conflict.

PODCAST: Jamie Geller’s Easy Cheesy Shavuot Dishes

Simple and scrumptious salads, sides, mains, and cheesecake!

#1 Most Important Thing to Change Your Marriage

How to make the biggest instant impact on your marriage.

The #1 Tip to Change Your Marriage Instantly

Appreciation is the most common item missing in marriages. And the easiest way to improve your relationship.

King Tut & the Revolution of Torah

I didn’t expect to walk away from a King Tut exhibit with a new way to make Shavuot meaningful.

6 Lessons that Made Me a Better Mom

Practical advice that made a big difference.

Want Your Kids to Remain Jewish? Better Start Early

The growing field of attachment theory suggests that our religious affiliations later in life are determined chiefly in our first years.

These Biblical Women Are the Ultimate Mother and Daughter-in-Law

It’s not enough for Jews to consider themselves the “Chosen people;” we also need to be the choosing people.

PODCAST: The United State of Parenthood

Rabbi Zev Leff’s guide to overcoming parenting challenges together.

Healthy and Fresh Recipes

Contemporary spins on old favorites, with fresh and seasonal ingredients, low in fats and sugars.

Who Needs Mouth Guards?

Living with so much stress, we need to strengthen our faith and trust muscles.

Creating the Silence

By cutting out distractions we can hear our inner voice that longs for connection.

Parenting is Stressful

It’s part of the reason why it’s so pleasurable.

A Letter to My Beloved Sister

Thank you for giving me the gift of your beautiful soul.

You’ve Got Mail!

Remember the excitement of getting a letter?

Time Is Flying By

The older you get, the quicker time seems to move.

PODCAST: Who is Mommy Talking To?

Rabbi Menachem Nissel’s guide for parents and children to connect with God.

Preventing Abuse at Summer Camp

Steps that parents should take to help their child have a safe and enjoyable summer.

Shackles and Freedom

You can look at yours bars or through them.

The Oscar Nominated Film about the Four Sons at the Seder

One young man, whose parents thought him wicked and simple, turned out to be truly wise and changed the course of history.

Passover and the Healthy Jewish Kitchen

Celebrate Passover without all the fat, salt, sugar and processed heavy foods usually associated with this holiday.

Family Favorite Passover Recipes

Enhance your Yom Tov with these treasured recipes.

Passover Fun for Children

Passover night is all about the children. Here are 6 practical ideas for every family.

Jamie Geller’s Simple Passover Seder Menu

My four ingredient Seder menu is both time saving and palate pleasing all at once.

PODCAST: Making Seder Night Fun and Exciting

Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky on the biggest challenge for parents Seder night.

A Taste of Pesach: 3 Choice Recipes

Celebrate Passover with a delicious collection of family favorite recipes.

Kindness in New York

New York can be a cold and lonely place, but that day two strangers warmed our souls.

Presto Pesach: Passover Cooking with an Instant Pot

Using an Instant Pot to accelerate your Passover preparations.

PODCAST: Smart Steps to Problem-Solving in Marriage

Dr. Lisa Aiken’s guide to settling differences with kindness.

3 Ways to Motivate Your Child to Learn

How to instill a growth mindset in your kids.

Real Families are Messy

And I don't just mean the toys on the floor and the dishes in the sink.

Meals in a Bowl

Very filling, delicious and a great way to save time.

Just Don’t Look

If all those Facebook posts are getting you jealous and annoyed, why look?

Purim and Our Children’s Super Powers

Orit Esther Riter on how Jewish children were instrumental in changing the Purim narrative.

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