What Does ‘Bashert’ Mean?
The Jewish concept of a divinely ordained soulmate dates back at least to the Talmud.
How to Negotiate Jewish Differences
9 tips to help your family get along, even if members observe Judaism differently.
Jewish marriage is not merely a secular legal partnership, but a union sanctified by God.
Jewish Parent/Child Relationships
Judaism commands us to respect our mothers and fathers — and provide for our children.
Learning from Laughter this Father’s Day
A Father's Day tribute to the white grandfather who raised me to be a proud biracial Jewish man.
What are the details of what Judaism advises for spouses, parents, children, siblings and friends?
Judaism on Sibling Relationships
Judaism recognizes that sibling relationships are very important, and can be very challenging.
Creating a lasting and meaningful Jewish relationship with your grandchildren.
God's expectations of Jews, as portrayed in the Bible and rabbinic law, extend beyond the divine-human relationship to encompass many sorts of relationships between individual human beings as well.
When a Child Should Disobey a Parent
Jewish law recognizes several categories of actions that should be avoided even if one is directed to do them by one's mother or father.
How to Show Respect for a Parent: A Jewish View
It's not only what you do for your parents that counts, but how you do it as well.
Friendship in Jewish Thought
The benefits of friendship are appreciated by Jewish tradition: Ecclesiastes wrote, "Two are better than one because they have a good reward for their labor. For if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow; but woe to him that is alone when he falls, fo