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Reuven P. Bulka

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Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka is a noted author, lecturer and Jewish activist. He is the rabbi of Congregation Machzikei Hadas in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, and is the co-president of the Canadian Jewish Congress.
Mutual Disadvantage... Marital Rape... Double Loss... Blaming Futile... Successful Divorce... The Wrong Court... Mediation... Rabbinic Malpractice... Serious Repercussions... The Right Rabbinical Court... The Upright Way...
Divorce among Religious Bitter Pill... The Exception... Procreation Obligation... Pain, Yom Kippur, and Circumcision... Pain and Childbirth... Pain of Childlessness... Ten Functional Years... Modern Medicine... Future Focus...
Basic Principles... Divorce Model... Afflicting Forbidden... No Winners... Downward Spiral... The Kindness Alternative... Shallow Grounds... Can They Be Friends... Realizing the Change... Making a Good Break... Taking the Lead... Encouraging Disrespect......
Focus On Your Marriage... The Thriving Ideal... Demand of Yourself... Continual Nurturing... Sexual Discipline... Attentiveness to the Other... Focus Beyond Self... Inattentiveness... Neglect a Serious Matter... Agreeable Disagreement... Religious Dispari...
Solomonic Wisdom... The Decision... Remove Ego... Beyond Rights... The Primary Concern... Impact on Children... Joint Custody... Jewish Perspective... Crucial Matter... General Rule... Psychological Considerations... Different Circumstances... The Child's...
Talmudic Divorce... Beyond The Legal... Always Linked... Continual Compassion... The Fundamental Principle... Cooperation... Guaranteed Delivery... Relaying the Good... Anger Self-Destructive... The Biblical Base... To Demand of One's Self... Children Rem...
"Ethics of the Elders" contains timeless ethical instruction for all contingencies of life. Some guidelines for a Jewish Divorce Ethic, consistent with the ideas presented in this volume, and which are suggested in the Ethics.
It would have been better if there was no need for a book such as this, a book on the ethics of Jewish divorce. But there is a need, because there is so much Jewish divorce. I am grateful to Dr. Robert Litman and his dear wife Niki, who recognized the nee...
The distinguished author of this book, Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka of Ottawa, is equally well known as a prominent rabbi, an expert in psychology, and a voluminous writer and author. This work on divorce exhibits all three experiences which he brings to bear on...
This is a book about Jewish divorce. It will attempt to pinpoint the root causes of divorce, and the alarm signals that should set one thinking about possible dangers in the marital compact. It will endeavor to place a perspective on marriage and divorce,...
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