By investing in yourself and your marriage now, you will discover how to:
– Create an emotionally intelligent marriage that fosters kindness, respect and positivity, rather than a relationship plagued with resentment, anger and loneliness.
– Fulfill your specific role as husband or wife by ensuring that each other’s needs are being met, leading to a complete revival of your love, appreciation and commitment to your partner.
– Avoid growing distant and taking each other for granted by pursuing closeness through dignity and respect.
– Prioritize closeness with your spouse in order to reinforce your trust and connection, and escape the pitfalls of a lonely marriage.
– Protect the sanctity of your marriage and never feel unloved or unsatisfied again.
Session 1: Build Your Home First, Then Bring in the Peace
How do you make a house feel like a home? Discover the importance of creating a structured environment where the roles of husband, wife, mother, father play key components to establishing a home. Only then, can you bring Shalom into it.
Session 2: Kindness, Respect and Shalom
Learn how to encourage and increase mutual kindness and respect, and uncover true peace within your home.
Session 3: What Makes a Real Man?
What women need to know about men and the significance of their role as a husband.
Session 4: What Is a Good Woman?
What men need to know about women and the significance of their role as a wife.
Session 5: The Plague of Loneliness
Why is it so bad to be alone? Get an in-depth look at how we cure this seemingly incurable and daunting state of a relationship.
Session 6: Q&A
Gain solutions to your personal questions through a live Q&A and implementation session.
About Rabbi Manis Friedman: Rabbi Manis Friedman is a world-renowned author, counselor, lecturer and philosopher who uses ancient wisdom and modern wit as he captivates audiences around the world. Over 150,000 copies of his provocative yet entertaining tapes, both audio and video, have been sold, and his widely praised book, Doesn’t Anyone Blush Anymore, is in its fourth printing. Rabbi Friedman has also been featured internationally in over 200 print articles and interviewed on more than 50 television and radio talk shows. He has appeared on CNN, A&E Reviews, PBS, and BBC Worldwide, and has been the subject of articles in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Seventeen, Guideposts, Insight, Publisher’s Weekly and others.