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Marriage as Self-Discovery

A Lecture for Singles

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Marriage as Self-Discovery: A Lecture for Singles

“Relationship Rabbi” Chay Amar explains to Jewish singles why you never really know yourself until you get married.
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Anonymous Vancouver February 20, 2012

Marriage I enjoyed Rabbi Ammar's discussion. He didn't sugarcoat marriage; it will be work. I am not much for stats, so that doesn't concern me. I understood his point. He was entertaining for sure and that kept me watching the whole way through. I would enjoy more discussions from him. Thank you. Reply

Anonymous Pismo Beach , California via chabadslo.com February 10, 2012

Love and relationships I really felt he was right on the button about life and marriage. I liked his expression about what life is all about with love and acceptance. He makes you realize that we should be sure who we are before one takes the step in marriage. Reply

Anonymous February 8, 2012

Rabbi Amar's statistics are off. He should be careful before quoting them, and do his research.

I would have preferred less theatrics and more substance. Reply

Anonymous New York, New York January 8, 2012

95 % is not the right number Less then that abuse after being abused. Reply

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