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The Aftermath of Divorce/Rabbi Dr. Reuven Bulka

October 13, 2010


This is the fundamental principle of the aftermath protocol; that there is an ongoing connection between husband and wife, even without the presence of children. This is a connection which places upon the divorcing husband primarily, the obligation to at all times have compassion for his ex-wife, and to assure that she never sinks into […]

To Be or Not To be…a Bully/Martin Rosenfeld

October 11, 2010


A spate of articles and book reviews have appeared of late on the topic of bullying. Bullying begins, we are told, at an early age, and affects girls as well as boys. The behavior is believed to start early and it can have devastating effects. There is nothing positive that can be said for this […]

Divorce Negotiations and Keeping Life Balanced/Martin Rosenfeld

October 5, 2010


A recent health column penned by Tara Parker-Pope informs us that happy people articulate many more substantive thoughts than do people who report not being happy. “Don’t worry, be happy” may not actually be valid advice. Happy people conduct conversations that are more weighty than do their more dour counterparts. What does this mean for […]