Shalom Bayit, or marital peace, is a wonderful thing – but is that all we are striving for? Many think that it is important to ask if you are you satisfied with your marriage.
It’s a good question. It’s evolution might see you asking if you are actually satisfied with the ‘You’ you bring to your marriage.
I have a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Department of Applied Psychology of The Antioch New England Graduate School (2000) in Keene, New Hampshire.
Starting from my first year in graduate school, I have completed several professional clinical trainings of 5-7 days with Dr. David Schnarch, the creator of The Crucible Approach.
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this is a test of the emergency differentiation system
Rabbi Yehoshua ben Pirchya in Pirkei Avos 1:6 says "Assume for yourself a master (Rav), acquire for yourself a friend (Chaver), and judge every man (alternate translation: judge the entire person) to the side of merit." This Mishna very succinctly and accurately...