All You Need is Love and a Model Airplane

Question: How do I know when I’ve met the right person? My friends say the main thing is that you are in love, and everything else will fall into place. Should I believe them? Answer: All you need to know about finding a partner in life you can learn from making model airplanes. A commonContinue reading “All You Need is Love and a Model Airplane”

What is Love? … and how will I find it?

Love makes two into one, and one into two. —Moshe ibn Ezra, Medieval Jewish Poet To quote a great Greek-American baseball coach, if you don’t know what you’re looking for, you ain’t gonna find it. If you don’t know what is love, you probably ain’t gonna find that either. Now that’s a big problem. You see,Continue reading “What is Love? … and how will I find it?”

Finding Your Soul Mate

by Devorah Leah West It’s a question every woman asks when she thinks about marriage. Seeing her mother and father interact, or spending time with close friends who have a strong marriage, she notices the way they look at each other, that special way their voices change at times when they speak to each other,Continue reading “Finding Your Soul Mate”

Friendship in Marriage

By Tzippora Price Marriage is a balancing act. A marriage itself is a partnership, a friendship, and a romance. Yet between working, running a home, parenting, car-pooling, and squeezing in a quick workout at the gym, many people find themselves already stressed out to their maximum, with little energy left to dedicate to their marriages.Continue reading “Friendship in Marriage”

Would you rather be right or have the relationship?

 Getting off it Unless it’s clearly and undeniably against the law, there is no such thing as right and wrong when it comes to an argument within a relationship.  What’s true is that each party has a position—a “stand” about what is right and what is wrong.  Think of it literally as a spot onContinue reading “Would you rather be right or have the relationship?”

Immersed in Love

Can there be anything more beautiful than young love? By Yitzchok Schochet Rodney Dangerfield once said: “My wife and I had 25 wonderful years—then we met.” One of the greatest challenges of married life is the notion that familiarity breeds contempt. While things may be bliss at the outset, the routine engenders boredom, listlessness, and eventuallyContinue reading “Immersed in Love”