Rabbi Abba and Chanie Perelmuter, Shluchim at Shul by the Shore in Long Beach, CA address the typical Pesach stresses in their unique Perelmuter style – humor and practicality. They share tips, insights and laughs from their many Pesach experiences – with young children and with grandchildren and married children; at home and as shluchim; as guests and as hosts; in a tiny kitchen and a (sort of) decent sized kitchen.
Month: March 2018
When people get married they never dream that they might be betrayed by their spouse. BH, it doesn’t happen often. But if it does happen to someone, it is such a shocking realization. It’s like living in a nightmare. There is shock, devastation, profound hurt and feelings of being betrayed and blind-sided. What happens next? Can someone get through it? Can the marriage?
Moshe Zev Lamm, LCSW discusses what to do when the betrayal is discovered, and more importantly what not to do.