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?
A Jewish woman feels pressure to host Christmas at her house after her mother-in-law dies. She asks the Seesaw: How bad is Chrismukkah for the children?
A Jewish father wants to curb his son’s enthusiasm for Christmas. He asks the Seesaw for advice as the toddler heads to the in-laws for the holiday.
A Jewish man joined his first synagogue but his husband won’t go to the welcome dinner. He asks the Seesaw for help convincing him that Judaism isn’t some kind of scary cult.
Jewish parents whose daughter is marrying a Jew-turned-Buddhist have a question for the Seesaw: How do you explain that marrying such a man means marrying out?
A Jewish atheist struggles to talk to his wife, who’s a believer in God. He asks the Seesaw for help raising their children Jewish in a divided household.
Same-sex marriage has overcome legal hurdles, but still causes interfaith tensions. A gay Jewish man asks the Seesaw what to do about his Catholic partner who resists tying the knot.