Monthly Archives: June 2017
You get that shiduch research phone call. What can you say? Does sharing about these details violate some halachot of lashon hara? Continue reading
Often, we are indeed grateful and appreciative, but we don’t express it. Or, we say a simple Thank You. Sometimes it is hard to articulate exactly how your life was enriched by the other person’s actions or words. Take the time to really think how that action makes you feel. And share that with them. Continue reading
Good news! It is possible to improve your marriage – even with no help from your spouse. Continue reading
In expressing feelings, it is helpful to use words that refer to the specific emotions rather than words that are vague or general. Continue reading
The difficulty in identifying and expressing feelings is common. Some important points about how to express feelings. Continue reading
Recently, Rabbi Mendel Lipskier of Sherman Oaks, CA spoke via conference call to newly married men about the first years of marriage. You can access the recording here.
Several questions came in anonymously after the call. Rabbi Lipskier has graciously agreed to answer them. Continue reading