Tag Archives: love
“You’ll know when he’s ‘the one’,” my mother said. She died when I was 20, leaving no further guidance. At 23, I was stale inventory by Jewish matchmaking standards. Despair settled in. Until one Shabbat afternoon when Phil, an old … Continue reading
Emotional challenges. After losing a loved one, going through a breakup or becoming an empty nester, our items can become laced with deep sentiment. Working through these feelings can make it very hard to access your executive functioning skills. “A home … Continue reading
Are You Enough For Yourself?
Can you answer that question? Have you reached a point in your life where you’re not trying to live up to other people’s expectations, trying to satisfy their needs or their desires and have learned to trust yourself enough to … Continue reading
If you and your partner are wondering if you should get married, each of you should reflect on what shaped your views of marriage. Did your parents constantly fight and you fear your marriage might be similarly mired in conflict? … Continue reading
Caregiver: Focus on Appereciation
Focus on appreciation one things I wish I could get back and tell myself is that even in those bad moments where you are impatient from the stress, you should cherish your parent and be thankful. There were many instances … Continue reading