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Question: My husband is very hard to deal with. We have a kosher home, and he learned to keep the kitchen kosher, and we have Friday-night dinner and Shabbat lunch together. He does the kiddush, and the children overall enjoy the atmosphere. But after the...
Question: How do I keep my Jewish observance up when all in my house are against what I wish to do and be? Answer: This is a challenge that many have gone through and successfully handled. Hopefully in your case, too, it is only a passing stage, and with ...
Question: I am in my twenties, a girl who grew up in _______. I recently met a nice Jewish guy from faraway _______. We are both from good loving families with strong Jewish values. Not long ago I moved to his hometown to get a job and see if the relation...
Question: I am married with four children and would like to know -- upon passing from this world will our souls remain as a family for eternity? Will we know each other as we do now? Will I continue to be a parent and have contact with my children's souls...
Question: I have read about the Jewish belief in afterlife. What I want to know is: does my beloved father know -- even now, since his passing -- how deeply I love and miss him, and need him? And, when I die, will I ever again be able to talk to my belove...
My sister says that I am being "holier-than-thou" and my parents say that I am tearing the family apart. What can I do?
Question: How can I get my son who is in his twenties to connect with and see the relevance of Judaism in his life? I worry about any strong attempts backfiring and turning him totally off. How do I get my wife to see the importance of observing Judaism? ...
My two daughters are just not close at all. They are fourteen and sixteen years old, and spend most of their time together fighting. I have tried everything to get them to be closer . . .
When you love and care about your grandchildren, is there absolutely no place for a mother or mother-in-law to give her child advice (not criticism) for the sake of the well-being of her grandchildren?
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