Rebbetzin Tzippy Weiss invites you into the struggle she endured - both physically and spiritually - while building her family. A difficult pregnancy followed by a miscarriage brought Tzippy some of the most important lessons of her life. And now, she’s sharing it with you.
Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT discusses the practical applications of Logotherapy that can be used by the general public and by therapists. Schonbuch explores the existential vacuum, drug and alcohol abuse and addiction, introducing meaning and values in therapy, and how to discuss suffering.
Here are 10 exercises to improve your happiness quotient.
Exercises for Your Soul and Psyche: Learn how to live not only your best life, but a meaningful life. Practical how-to ideas for self-help and personal growth, all from spiritual sources.
How is one to combat feelings of burnout and to continue giving to others? How is one to keep his inner flame alive and active when it feels cold and dim?
Join Rabbi Y.Y. Jacobson as he discusses what to do when your spouse disagrees with you according to the Biblical verse:
"And G-d said, 'It is not good for man to be alone; I will make him a helper against him
How do we explain to our children corruption, hypocrisy, deception – and all the dissonance pervading the adult world? What should we say to our little ones when they are exposed, for the first time, to immoral educators, abusive parents, religious corruption and the basic inconsistencies they witness when supposedly good people behave in bad ways and when hurt comes from those that are supposed to love us?
Sarah Chana Ratcliffe gives pointers on how we as parents ensure that our children do not grow up into rage-aholics whose lives will be soured by unhappy relationships and constant tension.
When you feel jaded, discouraged, or beaten-down, it is hard to maintain momentum in your endeavors. One sure way to get your spark back is to get to know yourself. Join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for an inspiring two-minute video on why getting to know your true self will give you the energy to persist. Everything you need is inside you -- you just need to access it.
We all have secrets — the question is what you think is your deepest secret. What does it look like? Is it dark and shameful — the ugliest parts of your personality that only you know about, or is it something bright and beautiful?