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Avrohom Kass

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Rabbi Avrohom Kass, M.A., R.S.W., R.M.F.T., is a registered Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. He has authored 18 educational books and he has a busy counseling practice in Toronto, Canada. For more information visit his personal web site or his Chabad Family Services site.
Marriage is a voluntary institution; a married individual must continually choose to stay with his or her partner. When kindness is abundant within the relationship, the choice to stay together is easy...
When you make your spouse the #1 person in your life, this is the very act of loving a fellow Jew. Their needs and wellbeing come first, before your own...
A while back I attended a marital enrichment workshop which presented many ideas of how to foster the "perfect" relationship.These recipes can be useful as springboards to discussions but can also sometimes lead to more relationship problems...
Here are five Torah teachings that can be used to increase marital harmony...
Love and anger cannot coexist together. Anger will always push away love. A person cannot ingest poison and then remain healthy; so, too, a person cannot receive anger and still feel loving toward the angry person.
My wife does many things that irritate me. For example, she never seems to be ready on time, she gets very emotional, or she insists on long conversations before we go to bed...
Question: I and my husband both work full time outside of my home. We have three children, all school-age. We both come home from work at a similar time, but I find when I come home from work, I'm the one who cooks dinner, sets the table and cleans up aft...
Marital researchers can predict with an 80-85% accuracy which couples will have serious relationship problems based on self-reporting information about themselves and their partner in the following five areas...
Marriage as Covenant
"Do you have the same feelings your spouse like you did when you first got married?" --Should this be the criteria for staying in a marriage?
Chanie is playing ball in the living room; Mom is concerned that something might get broken. Who "owns" the problem? Chanie? Her mother? Or is it the relationship between parent and child that owns the problem?
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