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4 Ways to Fight with Your Spouse without Destroying your Marriage 
by  
How to restore peace in your home.

 
 

She is just a little girl but she has seen too much. A 10 year old asked if she could speak with me privately.

“What does it mean if I hear my mother crying in the night? And why does my father say, 'Tell your mother I’m not coming home for supper' and my mother says, 'Tell your father we are going out to get sneakers,' if they are both sitting right there?”

What is there to say?

All couples disagree about some things. For some it is in-laws, for others it is money, dividing up household responsibilities, or how to discipline the kids. As long as two individuals live together there will be always be different ideas and opinions. The issue becomes serious when parents don’t know how to resolve their disagreements with dignity and respect. Children grow up seeing constant conflict and hearing their parents bicker. They live with negativity and inappropriate ways of dealing with marital discord.

Kids wish that their home would be a happy home, one without yelling, arguing, or emotional withdrawals. When parents hold onto resentments or don’t know how to find good resolution, the children absorb the hostilities.

Marriage should never be thought of as a chronic pain. It can be our greatest source of happiness. We are living with our best friend, the person who shares all our joys, all our hurts; the person whose love we carry within our hearts forever. But when we lack the right tools to communicate properly, disagreements and conflicts can make married life miserable.

Judaism describes our homes as a ‘mikdash me’at,' a miniature sanctuary. Children need this haven to grow up feeling safe and secure. When we create an atmosphere of tension and strife in our homes, we slowly chip away not only at our marriages, but at the sense of emotional security that our children need to flourish in life.

How can a couple work out their differences without hurting each other and destroying their marriage?

4 STEPS TO CONFLICT RESOLUTION
WITHOUT KILLING YOUR MARRIAGE

1. Keep your Discussions Private

When you know that there is a contentious issue, don’t clash in front of others. Decide together that from now on you will take your discussions to a private place at a private time. When you fight in public, you lose a sense of dignity and often feel ashamed. You blame your partner and now you grow even angrier. Children do not have to hear the details of your arguments being volleyed back and forth. If you say to me that children should be exposed to parental fighting because that is real life, then I say to you that our children are exposed to enough pain and challenges in this world of ours. Hostility between parents should not be exposed to your children. The same goes for one sided conversations or thinking that your kids don’t hear you fighting in the other room. When children hear parents arguing, they often become forced to take sides or align themselves with one parent over the other. They become caught in the middle and get involved in parental arguments. This is not only unhealthy; it further breaks down the relationship between husband and wife.

2. Establish Rules of engagement

No matter how opinionated you are or how correct you feel you in your views, you do not have the right to put down your spouse. We should never believe that we can strip another person of their dignity; and certainly not our partner in life. Children cannot grow up thinking that it is okay to belittle, yell, scream, intimidate, mock, threaten, put down, or be hostile to one another just because you have a difference of opinion.

Of course it goes without saying that physical violence – grabbing, shoving, or any other means of physical assault is out of the question.

Unfortunately, when we become passionate about our views we act in ways that we come to regret afterwards. Husbands and wives should sit down before the conflicts occur and establish rules of conduct for when they disagree. This way we ensure that we deal with our differences in a respectful manner. We certainly cannot expect more from our children’s behavior than we do from ourselves.

3. Discover the Source of your Anger

There are times that we allow emotions to simmer until they boil over. There comes a huge blow-up and we have no idea why this fight became so hostile. The problem is that we are angry about other things and all the emotion comes out now. We both think that we are fighting about spending Sunday with your parents but deep inside I am resentful of your late nights in the office and I have been furious that you keep missing dinner. Or I mention that we have an invitation to go out with couples and you lose it. What I don’t know is that you are brewing from the last time we went out and feel that I totally invalidated you in front of our friends. We never resolved the issue and just held onto the bad feelings.

Don’t allow emotions to go unchecked. If you are upset, communicate with your spouse in a respectful way. Otherwise, you will find yourself exploding and overreacting. This type of fighting quickly becomes all-consuming as pent up anger threatens to overtake the conversation.

4. Be Solution Oriented

Many fights are just accusations, complaints or criticisms flung against each other. We’ve got to stop playing the blame game and learn to live in unity. Life will bring us challenges. No one is immune. Arguing about whose fault it is accomplishes zero. Instead of going back and forth, decide to seek solutions together. The way to do this is after we communicate our emotions, instead of just leaving the discussion with bad feeling, practice good communication skills. If you have a sarcastic edge, bite your tongue. Take a moment and reflect back what you believe your spouse is trying to tell you. Try to consider your partner’s perspective; you cannot always be right. Resolve that you both attempt to bring a solution to the table and discuss the ways you can make this work. Once you do find resolution – be it an apology and forgiveness, a fresh approach in dealing with work and money issues, a more effective discipline plan – do not go backwards and bring up old complaints. Solutions bring us forward. Do not rehash old arguments.

Hostile fighting depletes us and destroys the most precious relationship that we have. We can resolve our disagreements respectfully and create an atmosphere of peace despite our differences.



  

 

That New York State of Mind

Rivki D. Rosenwald Esq., CLC, SDS

                  

On with the boots. Off with the boots. On with the gloves.  Off with the gloves. Scarf? Hat?  Umbrella?

Scraper? Which gear exactly do we need today? Who’s complaining? I'm just commenting!

Variety is the spice of life. What -? Would you want knee deep snow for weeks? Wow ... I wasn't asking the elementary school crowd, we know their answer! For these guys -"There’s no day like a snow day "! We've all been there!!

 

But listen kids -as life presents different challenges and opportunities it's not all about the igloos and snowmen. A lot is but not all!!! Or the best place for sledding either.  Though adults do need to remember these are still very vital parts of life. 

 

Tap into the kid in us or be an adult, that's a lifelong dilemma?  Somehow we grow past the resistance to home work, and book reports which seems so random -to being busy with jobs, meetings, appointments, groceries, car pools, and assorted other daily obligations that actually get recognized as having purpose.   It’s not like you’re working harder than a kid- it's just that it finally makes some sense.  Therefore actually doing the work matters.  Snow days kind of can snow you under.  You want to be the kid again but you care about all that work you have piling up ....Anyway since there's no storm looming at this moment, (though, I can't vouch for a half hour from now) let's leave the dilemma of whether to go out and play in the snow or to find a way to get to work, for later.

 

Let’s get back to what's going on outdoors in New York and who that makes us... And maybe that will even shed some light on that dilemma.

 

This winter is here, but it's a funky one. No real pattern.  Warm days and freezing ones. Rainy, snowy, sunny ones. Last week they were building snow men in tropical Israel while we were sunbathing in NY. Go figure that one out?

 

The message is take it a day at a time. There are no guarantees. New York weather is an authentic slice of life. This is not -take no risk California - 60’s and sunny all winter long. That feels like a world of make believe -No wonder all the fairylands and movie studios are located there! We are the city of reality. We are the place where the year starts by dropping the ball .And who ever knows where the ball is going to land. New Yorkers learn to -Role with the punches. Figure it out as they go along. We're building resilience.

 

So when another winter day rears its head, embrace the variety. Put on your coat, your hat, your bathing suit? Whatever the weather calls for and face each new day with that New York flexibility. We may not always know what's coming our way but, we are way ahead of the others in our ability to cope with whatever does.

 

I'm sure when that big snow storm does come our way, that all our NY ingenuity, will help us all figure out how to build a snow man, then build him an igloo , and charge him a hefty rent for staying in it.  That way we can enjoy life as and with our kids and still brilliantly, bring in an adult like way of earning income!

  Rivki Rosenwald is a certified relationship counselor, and career and life coach. She can be contacted at 917-705-2004 or Rivki@Rosenwalds.com

 

 

 

 

in memory of Malka Feiga bat Nosson 

Inspired by Tzipora Harris

 

 “Please G-d, let me partner with You and go beyond my constrictions to a place of expansiveness. Everything that happens is part of Your perfect training & development program for me. Help me respond in the most noble way- help me judge favorably, have compassion, let go of having to be in control and give it over to You, G-d. Please bless me with an amazing year of walking with YOU.”

1.      G-D, You have an incredible vision for all of humanity and for me. I want to fulfill Your vision of greatness for me more and more. Please show me what I most need to see gently.

2. I want to recognize the gifts in my life and see the totality of the life You gave me, the blessings and the challenges, as an expression of Your love. Please fill my heart with gratitude.

3. I want to transcend my greatest obstacles to fulfill Your vision for me. Please help me partner with You and go from a place of constraints to a place of expansiveness.

4. Please bless me with all the resources I need to fulfill Your vision for me. (health, clarity, relationships,  a job, place to live etc.)

5. I want to make You King by living myself more according to Your Definition of reality and Your instructions for living. Please guide me.

6. I resolve that I want to be connected to You, G-D, as the source of my wellbeing in life. And not rely on ANYTHING or ANYONE else. Please help me remember that no one else has power.

7. I resolve that this moment is the dawn of a new era in my life.

I stand before You, the Creator of the Universe, my loving Father, I look at the Rosh Hashanah prayer and of course I want to be connected to You as the source of all life, and be the beautiful person You created me to be; I definitely don’t want any of the mistaken choices of the past to stand in the way.  Please help me repair whatever needs fixing.  I want this year to be greater than any year I’ve ever had and I want to be a bigger person than I’ve ever been. Not just for my own sake but for the Jewish people and humanity. Please help me ask for the right things and help me understand Your loving answers.

I want today to be the dawn of a new era in my life.

G-d, You know what I’m facing inside and outside, please help me. “ 

 
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IN MEMORY OF

YERACHMIEL MEIR BEN NISSIM AVRAHAM A”H

2013/5773

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 FIVE TOWNS COMMUNITY WOMEN'S SHABBOS SHIUR

IN MEMORY OF YERACHMIEL MEIR BEN NISSIM AVRAHAM A”H

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A Kesivah V’chasima Tova 5774/2013-14

  

SHIUR WILL BEGIN 3:15 p.m

Jan 4/3 Shvat–Bo- Zev and Yola Ash, 413 Marlborough Rd., Ced

Jan 11/10 Shvat-Beshalach-Yossi and Elaine Farber, 333 Buckingham Ct., Ced

Jan 18/17 Shvat–Yitro-Elliot and Miriam Safer, 390 Arbuckle Ave., Ced

Jan 25/24 Shvat-Mishpatim-.Chaim and Rina Halbfinger, 324 Buckingham, Ced

Feb 1/1Adar I-Terumah-Alan and Shuly  Rubel 254 Oakwood Ave. Ced

Feb 8/8 Adar I-Tetzaveh- Robert and Esti Levinson,  444 Argyle Rd., Ced

Feb 15/15 Adar I- KiTisa- Don and Hedi Well, 484 Argyle Rd., Ced

Feb 22/22 Adar I- Vayachel-Chaim and Michelle Grosser, 386 Barnard Ave., Ced

March 1/29 Adar I-Perkudei- Stuie and Tzippy Nussbaum, 508 Redwood Ced

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Mar 8/6 Adar II- Vayikrah- David and Simone Greenbaum, 571 Albermale Pl., Ced

March 15/13 Adar II – Tzav- Zvi and Malky Nathan, 421 Rugby, Ced

March 22/20 Adar II- Shemini –Zev and Evy Guttman, 588 Park Ave. Ced.

March 29/27 Adar II – Tazriah –Dovid and Shoshana Kestenbaum, 366 Summit, Ced

April 5/5 Nissan – Metzorah – Yehuda and Malya Kunstler, 346 Forest Ave., Wdmr

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Rebbetzin Weinberger's Shiur

Rebbetzin Weinberger's shiur for women will resume on Tuesday, October 15/11 Cheshvan at 11:00 a.m. 

 

 
Ohel Sara Amen Group in memory of Sarit Marton a'h
 
The "Ohel Sara" Amen Group
in memory of Sarit Marton a'h
This week's shiurim and chabura schedule:
The "Ohel Sara" Amen Group
in memory of Sarit Marton a'h
 
cordially invites all women to attend our
Spring Learning Series. 

 
This week's Shiurim & Chabura  schedule
is as follows:

 
 
Sunday, May 4, 2014
9:30 AM   Chabura - Garden of Emunah
 
 
Monday, May 5, 2014
9:15 AM    Chabura - Hilchos Brachos
9:30 AM    Rabbi David Fohrman
1:00 PM    Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller - The Maharal of Prague
 
 
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
  9:15 AM   Chabura - Rav Schwab on Tefilah
10:00 AM   Rabbi Tzvi Flaum - Chumash
11:15 AM   Rabbi Tzvi Flaum - Pirke Avos
 
 
Wednesday, May 7, 2014
9:15 AM    Chabura - Rabbi Eric Coopersmith - Teleconference
1:00 PM    Mrs. Chavi Alpert - The Gra
 
  
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Lawrence, NY
Entrance on Broadway
 
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PLEASE HOLD THE DATES:  

 
Sunday, March 2, 2014 - ROSH CHODESH ADAR BEIS

 
8:15 AM   Brachos
9:00 AM   Hallel
9:30 AM   Rabbi Yossi Wallis, CEO of Arachim

 

 
Monday, March 3, 2014 - ROSH CHODESH ADAR BEIS

 
8:15 AM   Brachos
9:00 AM   Hallel
9:30 AM   Rabbi Dani Staum

 
 
  

 



 

 

Rabbi Fohrman's Shiur- New Time
 


Rabbi David Forhrman's Genesis Unveiled series resumes this Saturday evening, February 8th. Please note the new time of 7:15pm.

 

The AIPAC program, From Woodmere to Washington will follow the class at 8:30pm. 

 

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Esti Stahler

Parshat Tzav  http://youtu.be/KDz58ktZzY0

Parshat Vayishlach http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMNfGINtQxY

Parshat Lech Lichah  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFPHu7maqgQ

Parshat Noach 2012 


 

Parshat Breishit 2012  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLoPX3PjTsw&feature=youtu.be

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ty4v_6dinqY, Parshat Nitzavim/Vayelech
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_Cvpa82Qfk  Parshat Naso

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPvuLR0x_MM Parshat Behaalotchah

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5-H8uWPlkE&feature=em-share_video_user Parshat Shlach


 

 

Rabbi Eytan Feiner
http://www.s213209882.onlinehome.us/REF_17_Tamuz.mp3
http://www.s213209882.onlinehome.us/REF_Matos.mp3
http://www.s213209882.onlinehome.us/REF_Bhaaloscha.mp3
Rav Meir Goldvicht
http://www.s213209882.onlinehome.us/B'halotcha.mp3 http://www.s213209882.onlinehome.us/B'halotcha.pdf
http://www.s213209882.onlinehome.us/Goldvicht_Naso.mp3
http://www.s213209882.onlinehome.us/Goldvicht_Naso.pdf
 
Shira Smiles
http://download.613.org/smiles/videos/5768-9-43-matos -massey-the-grand-scheme.mp3
http://download.613.org/smiles/videos/5768-9-39-shelach769.mp3
http://download.613.org/smiles/videos/5768-9-38-behaaloscha
-comprehending-the-complaints.mp3
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Past Shiurim at Ohel Sara Amen Group
Second Anniversary Program 2007
Rabbi Dovid Weinberger on Sarit Marton's Yahrtzeit Dedication:
Midos, December 4, 2007

Rabbi Nissel on Tefilah, November 2007 Topic
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles, December 2007 Topic
Debbie Greenblatt, Michtav M'Eliyahu: Midat Harachamim, October 15, 2007
Debbie Greenblatt, Michtav M'Eliyahu: Midat Harachamim, October 22, 2007
Debbie Greenblatt, Michtav M'Eliyahu: Midat Harachamim, October 31, 2007
Esther Wein and Rachel Baron: Chahashemesh L'Yaakov, July 31, 2006
Esther Wein Musaf Rosh Hashanah September 6, 2006
Rabbi Mordechai Sitorsky September 2006
Rabbi Mordechai Sitorsky on Rosh Chodesh Tammuz, June 26, 2006
Rebbetzin Sara Meisels Rosh Chodesh Elul Divrei Bracha 2006
Rebbetzin Abbey Lerner Rosh Chodesh Iyar 2006
Rabbi Dovid Weinberger on thefirst of Chanukah 2007presenting the Sefer Middos
2nd Anniversary of the "Ohel Sara" Amen Group
Rebbetzin Judy Young a'h speaking at a Rosh Chodesh Elulprogram in Great Neck
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Women gather to recite and hear at least 100 morning blessings so as to fulfill the mitzvah of doing so. If you know of someone who is ill, please feel free to call and provide the group with the Hebrew name, so that those who are present may pray for him or her. Haidee Blumenthal (516)295-5431

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Local Mikvehs
Congregation Mikveh of South Shore, 1156 Peninsula Boulevard, Hewlett (516)569-5514
Hebrew Community Service Mikvah, 1121 Sage Street, Far Rockaway (718)327-9727
For Jewish Holidays Only: Aish Kodesh Mikvah. Woodmere Boulevard in Woodmere. Speak with Sandy Polansky to make a reservation. (516)459-2298
Congregation Bais Medrash. 504 West Broadway, Cedarhurst. Speak with Rebbetzin Spiegel(516)569-1971
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Program: February 10
The Theif Lord By: Cornelia Funke
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Mother Goose: Fridays at 10:00 am (12-23 months) - Programs of songs, finger plays, nursery rhymes and board books for very young readers accompanied by a parent or caregiver.
Parent-Child Workshop: Thursdays at 10:00-11:15 (12-35 months)
A special program that encourages parents to play, sing and do finger plays with their children. Specialists in the fields of Speech and Hearing, Behavior and Development, Nutrition, and Dance/Movement are available at various sessions. Registration is required and is being accepted in the children's room.
Book Talking with Arnold Rosenbaum: Wednesdays at 1:00pm
The Defining Moment - FDR's First Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope by Jonathan Alter. January 31
Economic Problems Facing the Middle Class .Mr. Rosenbaum will present his thoughts on the socioeconomic problems facing the American middle class. March 14
If Music Be The Food of Love...Shakespeare In Love: Sunday, January 7 at 2:30pm. New York jazz vocalist Christiana Drapkin celebrates the beauty and power of William Shakespeare's poetry and presents it in lively, sometimes haunting, jazz arrangements. The songs are direct quotations from Shakespeare's plays. Tickets required.
Picasso and American Art: Monday, January 8 at 1:00 pm. Picasso is acknowledged by many as the central figure of the modern movement. Art historian Mary Vahey will examine the sometimes worshipful, sometimes testy relationship between American artists and the Picasso, the immensely inventive Spaniard.
A Rockette Remembers: Wednesday, January 17 at 1:00pm. Corliss Whitney, the honorary historian of the Rockette Alumnae, shares poignant stories about her years as a Rockette during the 40's and 50's.
Laugh Your Way to Health - Humor Therapy: Wednesday, January 24 at 1:00pm. A presentation that will focus on the latest studies that scientifically prove and explain how and why laughter IS the best medicine.
Berman Does Merman: Sunday February 4 at 2:30pm. Songs and stories celebrating Ethel Mermans brilliant career will be brought to PPL by vocalist Lisa Berman. Tickets required.
India...Exotic and Ancient Land of Contrasts: Thursday, February 8 at 1:00pm. Through lecture and slides, Sally Wendkos Olds will guide you on a journey to another world of exotic beauty and ancient splendor.
Great Lyricists and/or Poets: Wednesday, February 14 at 1:00pm. Arnie Rosenbaum will share the poetic lyrics of Ira Gershwin, Alan J. Lerner and Larry Hart. You decide if the great lyricists of the 20th century really were master poets.
Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall - An Artists Country Estate: Monday, March 19 at 1:00pm. Ines Powell, Metropolitan Museum of Art educator, will present an illustrated lecture which will bring together many of the architectural elements and design features of Tiffany's extraordinary country estate in Oyster Bay.
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