Amazing Creatures

All too often we ignore God's most awe-inspiring creation – other human beings.


Stop complaining and do something productive instead.

Vitamin for Marriage

Do this once a day to strengthen your marriage.

Football Frenzy

Why was I fighting back the tears at a recent Patriots game?

James Marsden's Marriage Advice

What's the definition of real romance?

Dreading Parent-Teacher Conferences

How to make the encounters positive and productive.

After the High

Infusing our day-to-day life with the intensity of the High Holidays.

Our Shiva Experience

Sharing our friend's pain is more important than sharing their joy.

Back to School Challenges

It's not only the kids who have a hard time. Anyone who carpools will totally relate.

Each Day a Masterpiece

This Yom Kippur I'll be thinking about living every moment to its fullest.


The healthy response to all of life’s challenges, including Rosh Hashana.

The Marriage Quiz

Answering the following questions is a great place to start preparing for the High Holidays.

Why Have Children?

Is being a parent more difficult and less rewarding than expected?

The Makeup Wars

Adolescence is really about conformity, not rebellion.

Widows and Orphans

Their pain is very great and it’s too easy to forget about them.

Courting Danger

What is the appeal of risking your life to climb a mountain?

The Soul of Marriage

What can I do today to give my spouse pleasure?

Caught on Camera

Everything you say is being recorded.

What's for Dinner?

Why does such a simple question inspire such dread?

Summer Camp

Yes it's a luxury, but it's worth it.


Unfortunately, a good friend is a rarity.

An Inconvenient Truth

Lessons from the Gores' divorce.


How to effectively deal with insults.

Motivated to Change

Two recent books had a profound affect on me.

Eli and His Little White Lie

A children's book with a penetrating lesson for us all.

It's Not Fair!

Treating kids fairly doesn’t mean treating them the same.

The Gift of Torah

Shavuot is all about appreciating.

Giving Advice

You’re only qualified to give advice when you recognize how little you really know.

Those Dirty Socks

Don't over analyze your marriage.

Woody's Non-Jewish Legacy

Guilt and complaining are not Jewish ideas.

Days of Remembrance

Some people are in danger of forgetting. Some of us will never forget.

You've Lost Weight!

How to effectively give compliments.

I Don't Know

Want respect? Don't pretend you know everything.

Passover Overreaction

If I spend the preparation time yelling at my children, am I really getting rid of the chametz?

Doctors: A Second Opinion

Doctors run a very high risk of becoming indifferent to the pain and humanity of their patients.

Stressed Out

Coming to terms with life's unavoidable stressors.

Share This

What are the most frequently shared New York Times' articles?

Purim's Real Joy

Recognizing that everything -- even experiencing the pain of a terrifying illness -- is from the Almighty.

The Parent/School Partnership

We need to be actively involved in our children’s educational lives.

What Kind of Attention?

Give your children attention for doing the right thing, not for doing the wrong thing.

Teenagers and Clothing

Teaching your children the fine line between needs and wants.

Restaurant Skirmish

Sometimes our kindness does more harm than good.

The Boredom Problem

Don't feel inadequate for not constantly entertaining your kids.

Dreams of Greatness

The focus on greatness can distract us from the real accomplishments of life.

Making Room for Daddy

Most fathers want to be involved. Don’t sabotage their efforts.

Giving the Right Gift

How to buy the perfect present.

Do I Look Fat?

And other times best not to say exactly what you're thinking.

Chanukah Heroes

The courage to fight the goblins of our time.

If You Really Loved Me...

Don't turn every disagreement into a referendum on the state of your marriage.

When the Teacher Calls

Before making any judgments, hear your kids' side of the story.

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