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Marriage on the Rocks
This lecture was dedicated in the memory of Yvette Bat Miriam Z"L
Yichud in an elevator
Question My parents in a high riser. Every time I go to visit there is long elevator ride up to their floor. Sometimes when go up in the elevator a woman gets on with me. Is there a problem of Yichud? Do I need to get off?
Going to a Chatunah for a forbidden marriage
Question: My second cousin is getting married but I am not sure I should go. Many people int family say that she is really a Mamzeret according to halacha and should not be getting married to a regular person. They say it is a forbidden marriage and some aren’t going to go. (She is daughter of someone who was married and while they were separated before she got a divorce eh lived a with another woman dd they had a child. The ex-wife says that this woman war married at the time and this girl is Mamzeret) What should I do?
Question: I sold my whiskey to my Non-Jewish neighbor before Pesach. He told me he would do it as long as I had a drank some of the whiskey with him after Pesach. I said fine. I realized if I drank with him it would be Chametz which wasn’t sold over Pesach, but it should be permitted after I drink with him. I still haven’t drank with him, is it permitted.
Healing a Marriage - It’s Never too Late!
You may be surprised to learn that some simple advice could save your relationship. Rabbi Zamir Cohen provides practical guidance for repairing a marriage
Divorce - The Right Perspective
Working on a marriage takes just as much effort as ending it
The Importance of a Wedding Photographer
A short story with a great piece of advice
Question: I was at a wedding of a relative and I was standing next to the Chuppah. I saw that Chatan by mistake gave the ring to his Kallah first and then said, “Harei At Mekudeshet Li.” During the reading of the Ketubah, I told the Rav that he did the wrong order and maybe he should do it again. The Rav told me don’t worry and left it Was the Rav correct or should I tell the Chatan?
6. Une veuve ou divorcée doit-elle continuer à se couvrir les cheveux?
Question: Bonjour, je suis divorcée et je me suis toujours couvert les cheveux, mais dernièrement je recherche à me remarier, aussi je voulais savoir si je peux, lors des rencontres ne pas laisser mes cheveux découverts?
The King’s Portrait - A Powerful Message for All Married Couples
More valuable advice from Rabbi Zamir Cohen for creating a successful marriage
Marrying a Convert
Shalom, My name is Stefon. I'm waiting to hear back from the Beis Din regarding beginning my classes. I was looking up the topic on marriage. However, There is no information on the marriage of a convert, who was divorced twice and has three children from those marriages years before his conversion . Is that convert permitted to marry a Jewish woman with no children?
Head Covering for a Widow
I wanted to know whether the obligation for a head covering for a widow is the same as the obligation for a head covering for a married woman. Also, how is it possible that there are divorcees who do not cover? Are they acting correctly?
hi, My father is bh getting remarried in a few months. Both him and his fiance have kids. She lives in israel and is very religious, so is my dad. They are planning their wedding to be by the kotel. Are the kids from the first marriage allowed to be in the room while they have the ceremony under the chupah or do we have to be in a different room? Both my father and his fiance got divorced becasue they were cheated on so i heard that since we are happy for them to be happy we are allowed to be in the room in honor of kavod for our parents.
Rabbi Nosson on Marriage: “Divorce is Not an Option”
You’re just running from a problem with no guarantees for the future
A Total Turnaround- If I Can Do It You Can Too!
“One Hanukkah I was divorced, really overweight and hopeless and crying; the next Hanukkah I was happily remarried”
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"
Vivre à deux : les clefs de la réussite
On assiste aujourd’hui à un recul des mariages et une augmentation des divorces. Quelle est la raison? On ne se marie pas pour un CDD, c’est peut-être cette prise de conscience qui freine les mariages… On verra ainsi comment le judaïsme permettra de résoudre ce phénomène et d’y remédier.