Helpful Tips for Married Women – Rabbi Zamir Cohen
Some time has elapsed since you got married. By now you have a good idea of what is most important to your husband as well as his sensitive points. Instead of trying to change him, why not adapt yourself to them and take them in stride?
A Lofty But Spiritual Reality - Leah Richeimer
Host of ‘The Ladies Talk Show’ Leah Richeimer, explains how to bring infinite blessing into your marriage. Must see
The Jewish Marriage Education Men Teachers Training Course
The course is delivered by Rabbi Yirmiyohu Abramov and Rabbi Dovid Ostroff. Beginning this coming Motzei Shabbos in Jerusalem - 3 Kislev 5779 (10/11/18)
Tips for Married Life: The Proper Attitude Toward Arguments
A disagreement can be utilized as a tool to reinforce marital harmony
7 Marriage Secrets Every Woman Must Know
Leah Richeimer, author of Artscroll’s ‘Marriage Secrets’, provides seven essential secrets for a successful and happy marriage, from sources in our Tradition
Marital Harmony – A Lesson from the Fly and the Butterfly
It’s all a matter of perspective. By Rabbi Zamir Cohen
The Gardener’s Tale - A Message for Husband’s
A husband who remembers to compliment and praise his wife is actually doing a big mitzvah. Not only is he generating love for him in her heart but he’s also generating incentive in her to please him, a benefit to the entire family
How Often should you Compliment your Wife?
You will be surprised to find out how ‘compliments’ will refresh and revitalize your marriage
Practical Tips for Conveying Criticism to your Spouse
Express what is bothering you without denigrating the other person or inciting anger. Before expressing your criticism, first ask yourself: “What do I want to achieve with this criticism, an ongoing battle or a real solution?”
Constructive Criticism in Marriage – Part 1
It is completely normal and natural for two people to have differences of opinion, though one must know how to express criticism where opinions differ and one side feels offended
A Harmonious Marriage - What are the Odds?
It seems that the odds are heavily stacked against a serene and harmonious relationship between a husband and wife. However, shortly after mentioning the eizer kenegdo - the contrast, the Torah goes on to describe this attainable goal
I Can’t Take My Spouse’s Criticism!
How to give or get criticism from your spouse
Psychological Differences Between Men And Women
The different spiritual roles of men and women in this world, are rooted in the fact that the family nest needs a strong father figure to conduct the family’s issues vis a vis the outside world, as well as a gentler figure to maintain the home policies from within
Rabbi Nosson on Marriage: “Divorce is Not an Option”
You’re just running from a problem with no guarantees for the future
Is He/ She the Right One? How Do I know?
What measurable criteria can I use to decide?
How should a Man Relate to his Wife? Letter of the Chazon Ish
What is the secret to pleasing your wife? Rabbi Zamir Cohen expounds on the holy words of the Chazon Ish (Avraham Yeshaya Karelitz, 7 November 1878 – 24 October 1953)
The Path to Happiness in Married Life
A married couple that has internalized the fact that they are not identical and do not, and are not supposed to, fulfill the same roles in their marriage and family, that they are in fact two halves of a whole being who are uniquely suited to successfully build a family, has already blazed the trail towards lasting marital harmony
What is the Most Important Principle in Building Marital Harmony?
"If couples would only put as much effort into working on their relationship after the wedding as they do before the wedding, there would be no more divorces"
Rabbi Gifter Always Bought His Wife Flowers for her Birthday Even when he was Wheelchair Bound
Even when it was difficult he made sure he bought her flowers for her birthday before Yom Kippur
Domestic Peace Means Understanding Your Spouse’s World
When you think of what your spouse is going through you’ll empathize and connect