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Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb is an educator, spiritual mentor and Torah life coach.
Spiritual Grandparenting
“Children’s children are the crown of a man.” As someone who has lived, loved and learned, what is our obligation to our family and to ourselves?
Staying Perfect Partners in an Imperfect World
How to Be Best Friends Forever
Powerful Torah tools for strengthening marital relations, fortifying emotional fidelity, refining communication skills and strengthening mutual respect and acceptance.
A fresh perspective on aging and retirement
Growing Older
Can we get older and still be lovable? The Rebbe’s perspective on aging, and tips on how to age gracefully, positively and successfully.
Empower yourself to limit the stress and negativity in life
How to Become Calmer
Our perception creates our reality. By being calm, we trust that what is in store for us will be positive, and we become solution-oriented rather than emotion-oriented.
Managing emotions and character development
Jewish Emotions
Reach greater spiritual heights through pursuing these core Jewish values, ideals and characteristics.
Being in control of your feelings
Mastering Emotional Intelligence
Do you sometimes feel overcome with negative emotions when things aren’t right? Discover the Torah’s approach on how to control emotions and react responsibly with emotional maturity, instead of responding from emotional instinct.
How to Be a Good Parent
The Challenge of Childrearing
Tips for developing self-esteem, setting boundaries, and establishing morality and responsibility in our kids’ lives.
Jewish Time Management
How to “Make” Time
The first mitzvah given to the Jewish people was to sanctify time. Torah teaches us how to cherish time and make the best possible use of it, by being a “co-creator” who “makes” time for what is important.
How to Turn Hurt into Happiness
Transforming Anger
We may be entitled to our anger, but do we really want it? Practical advice for getting out of the resentment rut.
A Practical Workshop
Mindfulness and Jewish Meditation
Frumma Rosenberg-Gottlieb discusses her background as a meditator, and how she sought an authentic contemplative tradition within Judaism. The session concludes with a practice meditation.
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