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Daniel Schonbuch

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Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, MA, is the Executive Director of Shalom Task Force and author of a new book entitled "First Aid For Jewish Marriages." He maintains a private practice in Marriage and Family Therapy and resides in Crown Heights, NY, with his wife and children. To order a copy of his new book, please visit Rabbi Schonbuch's website.
Becoming one with your spouse
Friends for Life
The Talmud says, “One who dreams of a river, a kettle and a bird will have a happy marriage.” What do these three symbols represent, and what can they teach us about the methods by which couples can increase intimacy?
Becoming One with Your Spouse
The Language of Love
A look at different styles of communication and learning how to effectively express your feelings and needs to your spouse.
Becoming One with Your Spouse
Becoming Attached
Attachment Theory provides insights into different "attachment styles" of individuals and how couples can create and sustain closeness and intimacy.
The Art and Science of Marriage
Becoming One with Your Spouse
Rabbi and family therapist, Daniel Schonbuch, examines the indispensable ingredients for a successful husband-and-wife relationship.
Advice from a Family Therapist
Parenting Your Jewish Teen
Marriage and family therapist, Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, MA, defines what it means to be an "effective parent" and offers his formula for becoming one.
Parents can find many ways to safely empower teens without allowing them to make dangerous choices. Most of the time the significance of the choices does not matter; even small decisions can make a difference and allow them to feel that they can fulfill t...
Self-esteem is something we come into the world with; it follows us through life like a shadow. If we lose it, we are lost. If we have it, we can face all of life's trials...
Relating to their teenager can be easier than most parents think, especially when they learn about the key areas that can sustain the relationship: connection, control, and communication...
Antidote to Teenage At-Risk Behavior
In many ways, investing in an emotional relationship with a teenager is similar to building a solid financial investment. A wise investment is great preparation for your future, and the formula works for teenagers in exactly the same way – the more you pu...
Of course, the way to build emotional equity in marriage is to make as many deposits as possible. Every time you tell your spouse that you appreciate them, and their actions, you are building more emotional wealth...
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