Chanukah = Finding Your Match!
Chanukah is an auspicious time to merit your match. See how!
More Halachic Questions in Wake of Israeli Fires
Can a couple without a ketuba stay together?
The Teachings of Our Sages on Marital Harmony
"The sages have ordered that a man must honor his wife more than he honors himself and love her as much as he loves himself. He must spend money on her so she can do good things for herself. The more money he has, the more he must spend on things that will benefit her. He must never be intimidating, depressed or angry with her. He must always speak to her gently"
The Strength to Cope
We often hear older couples expressing their frustration by saying: “I know it’s all true, I must give in and sacrifice for the sake of peace, but where do I gain the strength to cope?”
Good Tips for a Happy Marriage
Rabbi Zamir Cohen provides practical and vital tips that will strengthen your relationship and make it the most fulfilling it can be
A Practical Guide for Husband and Wife - Rabbi Zamir Cohen
In his great work, Mishneh Torah, the Rambam (Maimonides) surprises his readers in that he does not give the same relationship advice to both partners, instead, he makes one set of demands on the husband and a different set of demands on the wife
The Secret To A Happy Marriage
One of the most painful topics to many people in our generation is the topic of marital discord. In Israel, one out of every three couples makes its way to the courthouse, while many others suffer in silence. How many couples are happily and peacefully married?
The Worst Marriage Advice in the World
Forget everything you’ve learned about making your marriage great
Skipping class and putting family trust to the test
If I accept my parents’ help, they’ll think my husband is a failure
Help, My Husband Has Retreated Into His Cave Again
It’s been a long day and you’re desperate to talk about it
Harnessing Our Gift of Imagination - R. Yemima Mizrachi
Why is marriage so difficult to adjust to in modern times
A Shared Language in Marriage
In the beginning of a marriage communication is vitally important. The beginning is as long as the beginning lasts — until the basis for a shared secret language has been established
Between Minchah and Maariv
The insights and perspectives of husband-and-wife team Ruchama and Yisrael Feuerman
Clarity and Calmness in Marriage
How should we express our feelings to our husbands with clarity and calmness? If we want to have the power to genuinely modify our feelings in order to make our lives happier, the first step is to face and accept those feelings
Smiling: Required by Law
We must learn to interpret the intent of the spouse in a positive light
Careful Criticism in Marriage
What's the ideal way to express your hurt feelings to your husband?
Ensuring Healthy Communication In Marriage
Ignoring the problem and hoping it will go away won’t do a thing
The Secret Language
If we come into a marriage expecting to find that we are both speaking different languages, with different definitions for even the most basic things — we’ll be more prepared for the challenge ahead
Love is Based on Giving
In order to build a sanctuary of peace and friendship, a dwelling place for the Divine presence, it is imperative that love, exists between the couple. As we know, true love is based on giving