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Shalom Bayit (Marital Harmony)

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Torah offers many ways of improving marital harmomy -- practical suggestions as well as spiritual "remedies."
The souls of husband and wife are brother and sister—and yet closer. If they can persist in their journey until they return to that place of oneness, a new sort of love will emerge. An unconditional love.
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How to Have a Great Marriage
What are the key elements to maintaining a strong and loving bond with your spouse?
We've all met unhappy beauty queens and discontented millionaires. Marriages break up and dream jobs go sour. Is life just an endless conveyor belt of unmet expectations?
I entered my marriage with little wisdom. Today I am so confused about everything. At this point, I don’t even think there is anything you could say.
In the Torah, a single word often appears in an unusual fashion that draws the eye. One such word appears in the beginning of this week's reading. I will attempt to show how this word offers a solution to marital anger.
As a marriage therapist, I advise clients to take the time to actively engage in positive daydreams about their marriage. Create positive visual images has a tremendous affect.
I dream of one day having a wife, a loving relationship and children. But almost all the married men I know complain about their marriages. Is marriage really as bad as all those grumbling husbands say it is?
At first, the outbursts were mild and far apart. Even now there are stretches where we get along quite well, until something provokes him and he explodes.
Question: My wife recently mentioned that for the sake of maintaining marital peace and harmony its okay to "modify" the truth, just to avoid arguments and fights. She feels that it's not worth it to get into arguments over trivial issues, so it's better...
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