A Jewish woman is pregnant with a boy and her family wants him to have a bris. She asks the Seesaw how to make her parents understand she just doesn’t care about Jewish traditions.
Every year on our family vacation my observant mother and I get into the same fight over Shabbat. I’m sick of it, Seesaw, but what can I do?
A Jewish man joined his Episcopalian girlfriend at church — and he liked it. He asks the Seesaw if he can enjoy another religion without betraying his faith.
She’s Catholic, he’s a mostly secular Israeli. Their kids are going to a Jewish summer camp for the first time. What should they do to prepare them?
A college student falls in love with a Lebanese woman. Now he’s afraid to tell his Zionist parents. He asks the Seesaw what he should do.
A synagogue has everything a couple wants and one thing they don’t: a rabbi with a non-Jewish partner. They ask the Seesaw if it’s intolerant to take that into account.
A woman feels like her Jewish sense of humor is just too much for her husband’s family. She asks the Seesaw if she should change.
An interfaith couple has decided to raise their children with elements of both Christian and Jewish faiths. They ask the Seesaw how to get people to accept their family as they are.
Wedding bells are ringing for an Asian woman and her Jewish fiance but their parents only want to talk about future grandchildren. How to explain that they may not even have kids?
A man’s wife has become much more religious and now wants him to strictly observe Passover. He asks the Seesaw if his opinion counts — especially when it comes to bread.