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Two Sides, One Coin  
  Two Sides, One Coin  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 5/22/2010, 22:08
 
A coin has two distinct sides; each side might look completely different, yet it’s still one coin. In essence, a husband and wife are two sides of the same coin…  


True Aristocrats  
  True Aristocrats  
 
By Rebbetzen Shaindel Moscowitz
Publish date: 4/20/2010, 15:20
 
True aristocracy is nobility of character; both husband and wife should always remember that as royalty, it behoves them to behave with royal manners and dignity.  


The Queen  
  The Queen  
 
By Rebbetzen Shaindel Moscowitz
Publish date: 4/12/2010, 16:41
 
There cannot be two kings under one roof; the successful domain needs a "king" and a "queen", with each one understanding his or her respective task...  


Tent of Jacob  
  Tent of Jacob  
 
By Rebbetzen Shaindel Moscowitz
Publish date: 3/14/2010, 21:34
 
Breslev Israel is delighted to host a major Chassidic Rebbetzen, Rebbetzen Shaindel Moscowitz, wife of the Melitzer Rebbe shlit’a, who gives a no-holds-barred dose of...  


Living with Mom-in-Law  
  Living with Mom-in-Law  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 3/7/2010, 15:08
 
A young couple must have their privacy; they're better off living on a bed of straw in a rented barn than living in her mother-in-law's Long Island mansion…  


Fine-tuning a Marriage  
  Fine-tuning a Marriage  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 3/2/2010, 15:10
 
Nothing is more frustrating for a couple than not getting along, especially when the husband and wife can’t pinpoint any particular problem…  


The Husband’s Ten Commandments  
  The Husband’s Ten Commandments  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 2/1/2010, 17:41
 
A few simple guidelines will help you build a dream marriage. For example, call your in-laws once a week; it will make your wife feel so good…  


Confessions of a Former Pot-head  
  Confessions of a Former Pot-head  
 
By “Mojoe” Moe
Publish date: 1/27/2010, 14:47
 
“The weed made me feel good and it gave me relief; I just didn’t realize that all my problems simply got moved to the back burner...pretty soon, my life was charred…”  


The Roving Eye  
  The Roving Eye  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 12/20/2009, 21:38
 
A husband who guards his eyes bestows on his wife the wonderful gift of inner peace; the husband who gazes at what he shouldn’t, puts his wife through unbearable torture…  


Eclipse of the Heart  
  Eclipse of the Heart  
 
By Chaya Golda Ovadia
Publish date: 12/17/2009, 23:28
 
There was a time when she pondered divorce; but, after 32 years, instead of being at odds, their hearts are finally ‘aligning’ in what we could call an eclipse of the heart.  


Kissing Cousins  
  Kissing Cousins  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 12/12/2009, 20:22
 
Yaacov from Haifa asks Rabbi Lazer Brody if it’s allowed in Judaism to marry a first cousin or a niece. What about genetic diseases and other problems?  


Get Tough, or Not?  
  Get Tough, or Not?  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 11/28/2009, 20:59
 
Yossi’s wife wanted out – unconditionally. He listened to Rabbi Arush’s advice, and things got better. Then he decided to consult someone else...  


No, It’s not Bull  
  No, It’s not Bull  
 
By Martin Sievers
Publish date: 10/17/2009, 21:01
 
Martin writes a candid letter to Rabbi Arush: “When I first read ‘The Garden of Peace’ I made a note, 'bull', in the margin. I didn't give up though but kept on reading…  


The Duel: Mom vs. Wife  
  The Duel: Mom vs. Wife  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 9/2/2009, 23:28
 
The wife and the mother-in-law are at odds with one another: what should the husband do? Who comes first? Who is responsible for keeping peace in the home?  


Taking the Right Side  
  Taking the Right Side  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 8/29/2009, 22:55
 
Mom had a rough afternoon with her rowdy kids. Her husband comes home and finds her totally out of control, yelling and slapping in every direction. Whose side will he take?  


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