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Love & Judaism

Love & Judaism

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Who hasn’t been thrown off balance by a difficult person? The perpetrator could be virtually anyone—a spouse, relative, friend, coworker or boss.
Strange things happen when we get hurt...
Part of building successful marriages depends on learning to hear what our husbands are really trying to say. So here are eight things men say and what they say they really mean.
It is such a gift to have someone who believes in you, in your integrity and capacity to do good things in the world.
When spouses unknowingly communicate with each other less than positively, they create distance in their relationship.
I see how my friends’ husbands treat them. They practically trip over their feet trying to take care of their wives. You can see the love in their eyes.
“I’m not Jewish,” Frank said to me. “Does that mean you wouldn’t marry me?”
People treat you the way they subconsciously perceive you expect to be treated.
G-d makes a very precise calculation, titrating our spouse’s flaws to our unique vulnerabilities.
While we want, and may even feel entitled to, everything good in life, having it all will stunt our growth.
Whether you’re ready to throw in the towel or just want to improve your marriage, here are four practical perspectives that can help your marriage survive and thrive.
What the Rebbe taught us about love
The Rebbe’s perspective on love teaches us how to experience true love.
Praising our spouse reminds us that the person we share life with is wonderful in his or her own way.
Blind spots keep us from achieving happiness and fulfillment in ourselves and in relationships. They also create negative patterns with the kind of person we attract. While frustrating, these patterns can clue you in to changes you need to make; if you’re the only constant in the equation, you’re what needs to change!
Living A Jewish Life When Your Husband Isn't Interested
As my learning intensified and expanded, I began to teach the meaning behind the Torah stories. This approach also failed miserably since, as any woman knows, you should never give a man instructions on how to drive around the corner- let alone how to live his entire life...
When we look more deeply into the Ten Commandments, we will find not only spiritual advice for enhancing our marriages, but very practical and essential guidelines as well.
A Bride Describes the Experience of an Orthodox Jewish Wedding
We recognize that we are marrying what we see, but we are also marrying what we don’t see.
I felt completely inadequate. Me? Help the Jewish people? When I didn't even identify as a Jew?
Are you searching for love in the present, or in your past? Are you looking for your soulmate or are you looking for yourself?
A Mystical Understanding of Marriage
With the union of the halves, independently whole at the outset, the groom utters the most romantic, most beautiful of sentiments: With this ring, I separate you, I liberate you from the work of your half, and sanctify our souls into one whole, to journey, to labor, to struggle for the completion of our whole and our world, together...




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