The Rebbetzin counsels a woman that yearns to find meaning in her Passover Seder this year.
The Rebbetzin counsels a woman that wants to improve herself without completely starting over.
The truth that I continually return to is that Jewish practice does not look only one way — That your brother’s experience is real and that your experience is also real. That you are both the real deal.
The Rebbetzin counsels a person who wonders if they will be “chinking the chain” by marrying a non-Jew.
In spite of the different ways in which we grapple with the words, we are all reading, reimaging from this very same book — what a powerful and connecting act.
The Rebbetzin counsels a person who struggles with being an enabler in their romantic relationships.
The Rebbetzin counsels a person who needs help learning how to change their negative family dynamic.