A young man was raised by his Jewish grandparents but he now lives with his Catholic parents and shares their faith. He asks the Seesaw if he can still consider himself Jewish.
A secular Jew wonders how she can raise her future children with a Jewish identity even though she doesn’t go to synagogue or believe in God. She asks the Seesaw for help.
A Jewish convert is drawn to Orthodoxy, but his less-observant wife think’s he’s nuts. He asks the Seesaw if he should find a compromise — or take a new spiritual path alone.
A woman feels her Jewish colleagues’ obsession with intermarriage is small-minded or worse. Can the Seesaw find a way to talk about it without offending them — or getting fired?
A man asks the Seesaw how much he should tell his oh-so-serious girlfriend about his romantic past. Does it matter that he was hot and heavy with a non-Jewish woman?
A woman converted to Judaism so she could raise Jewish children with her husband. She asks the Seesaw if it’s right for her to return to her Christian faith now that the kids are grown.
A girl’s uncle may not come to her bat mitzvah. Her father asks the Seesaw if he should make a big deal about getting his brother, who is far more observant than him, to attend.
A less-than-observant Jewish man is preparing for the death of his father. He ask the Seesaw how to convince his wife that he should say Kaddish daily — even if it’s inconvenient.
A college student doesn’t have a serious boyfriend and sleeps with non-Jewish guys. She asks Seesaw how to tell her parents that it’s none of their business who she fools around with.
A Jewish woman and her husband are planning a trip to Israel. She wants to immerse herself in Jewish experience, but he wants to see the Christian sites, too. What to do, Seesaw?