Good News: There Is More Bad News

There is always bad in the world – but there is good also. What do you want to focus on?

Food Trends for 2020

Delicious recipes that incorporate the latest trends.

Gotta Love Millennials

Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky on the Boomer-Millennial generation gap.

Emotional Infidelity

Protect your marriage by avoiding friendships with members of the opposite sex.

Do You Hate Being Alone with Yourself?

Turn off the radio. Spending time alone pondering who we are and where we are going is essential.

The Flame Is Going Out in My Marriage

My husband is a very decent man who shares my values. I feel guilty for not being content, but the terrible truth is that I’m unsatisfied and bored.

The Lululemon Wife

Don’t mistake style for substance.

Hanukkah & Weddings: The Deeper Connection

Celebrating Hanukkah represents the same type of joy as getting married – we actively choose who we love in order to continue our people.

Getting Creative with Latkes and Donuts

Get in the festive mood with these creative recipes that put a new spin on traditional latkes and donuts.

Hanukkah Safety Tips for the Whole Family

Chaya Malka Abramson talks about fire prevention and treating burns

Super Healthy Recipes for Hanukkah

Delicious, easy to prepare and rich with olive oil.

Mile High Mazel Tov

The remarkable story surrounding my son’s birth and lessons we can all learn from it.

Fry It! Yummy Recipes for Hanukkah

Fun, delicious, and crispy crowd pleasers.

Tom Brady, It's Time to Go

A wise person recognizes when it's time to move on to the next stage of life.

PODCAST: Lots of Latkes with Jamie Geller

So many sweet, savory and surprising ways to prepare latkes!

Empty Nesters: Challenges and Opportunities

With the kids out of the house, a whole new set of challenges suddenly appear.

Jewish Wisdom on Raising My ADHD Son

Each of us is given different traits, inclinations, capabilities. The only question is: what do we choose to do with them?

PODCAST: Helping Our Children Speak with Confidence

Rabbi Yom Tov Glaser on overcoming social anxiety and negative beliefs.

Why So Grumpy?

It’s the little things that create community and relationships, and it’s the little things that destroy them.

A Love by Choice

I had no idea that getting passports for my kids would result in the dramatic revelation that would change how my kids view me and their grandfather.

Hanging with Jason, My Autistic Nephew

As a pediatrician for many families with children on the autism spectrum, I thought I knew what it entailed to raise an autistic child. How wrong I was.

Telling Your Family's Story

From generation to generation, the Jewish people have been telling their story.

A Husband's Promise

Because every husband could use a little reminding.

Delicious Recipes for Thanksgiving

Including perfect turkey dishes, roasted and fried.

Straighten Your Crown

Don't apologize for being a Jew. You're royalty.

5 Things Smart Parents Don't Do

How many of these mistakes do you make?

PODCAST: The Surprising Three-Word Phrase Essential in Every Marriage

Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb on giving, taking, and communicating in marriage.

Seeing Movie Stars

What is the allure behind seeing celebrities?

Cold Weather Comfort Foods

These cold weather meals are comforting, delicious, and so satiating.

Discovering My Child has Dyslexia (and ADD)

My child is an angel when he sleeps. Why is he such a terror when he's awake?

7 Ways to be Your Child's Role Model

Because you are the greatest influence in your child's life.

We Never Know the Whole Story

Everyone has challenges – some physical, some emotional, some psychological – and many of them hidden. Judge accordingly.

PODCAST: Why Kids Lie

Rabbi Menachem Nissel on why children and teens lie, and what parents can do about it.

My Daughter and Her Duck

I braced myself for my daughter's usual blowup. Then something amazing happened.

Empathy and My Broken Collarbone

How do you really feel another person's pain?

5 Things Smart Couples Don't Do

Practical guidance to improve your marriage.

The Surprise at the Door

I ran to the door and flung it wide open, excited by the prospects of receiving a package. I was sorely disappointed.

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