“I have done a lot on my own in Israel but I have never before planned my own wedding.”
In honor of my fourteenth wedding anniversary (it’s tomorrow!), I’m going to tell you about an unexpected improvement to my marriage…
Dearest Bridezillas and Preggos. Please do not get me wrong; I love you. I love you so much it hurts.
I did not know how I was going to face that day. But I did know two things: 1. My husband was an alcoholic. 2. I could not live like this anymore.
Matt Walzer shares his top ten observations after five years of marriage.
Getting to know Grandma and Gramps was one of the biggest perks of my marriage. My husband is lucky enough to have grown up with both grandparents, a privilege I never had. And they are the most awesome couple alive. We went to visit them with our son this Sunday, and we walked in on […]
I don’t remember how long the kitchen clean up took but I remember how tasty the pasta and challah was. To have a spouse who goes all out and makes such tasty dinners, that is the big deal.
Dear Shuli: At this dark, rather dreary time of year, my partner and I notice that our sex life really loses its spark. Do you think a vacation will help? — Six-Year Itch
Last week, an eight-year saga involving a sex-crazed and homeless Orthodox Jew in Israel who refused to divorce his wife and thus kept her “chained” to their marriage under Jewish law, finally came to an end. The Jerusalem Post reports that the man had been told eight years ago by a rabbinic court that he […]