The Committed Marriage by Esther Jungreis
A Guide to Finding a Soul Mate and Building a Relationship Through Timeless Biblical Wisdom (Biblical Perspectives on Current Issues)

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In our turbulent world, it sometimes seems difficult to forge and maintain the bonds of a committed, loving relationship. In The Committed Marriage, Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis, esteemed teacher, counselor, and matchmaker, helps even the most pressured modern couples find harmony and unity, guided by the timeless wisdom ofthe Torah.

From her first match, made at the age of sixteen, the Rebbetzin has helped innumerable singles find their soul mates, and even more married couples strengthen their commitment, start families, and find renewed joy and meaning in their lives.

Each chapter focuses on a specific dilemma or challenge that the Rebbetzin has helped couples to solve or overcome so that they emerge with a stronger relationship and a deeper faith. Starting with the first stages of finding a soul mate, through the challenges of communicating with compassion and understanding, from debates over parenthood, to growing old in harmony, these real-life success stories reflect the practicality and endurance of traditional values. The Committed Marriage demonstrates how the power of prayer and biblical wisdom can heal even the most fractured bonds, how one may find joy and fulfillment in child-rearing, and the importance of being a good friend to yourself and to your mate. These chapters are rich with anecdotes and true-life stories that speak to your heart and mind. The Rebbetzin's faith and depth of under-standing will inspire you and strengthen your relationship.

 

About Esther Jungreis

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Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis was born in Hungary and is descended from a great rabbinic dynasty that traces its lineage back to King David. Founder and president of Hineni, an international out-reach organization with centers in New York and Jerusalem, she writes a weekly column for the "Jewish Press", has a weekly television program, lectures extensively, and has been featured in numerous national publications, among them "The New York Times, Newsweek, Time, "and "People". She lives in New York.
 
Published April 29, 2003 by HarperOne. 288 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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