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A Jewish marriage is about husband and wife becoming one - united in mind, spirit, and purpose. But men and women are so different! How can they possibly bridge the gaps between them?
In Your Wife, Yourself, noted author and educator Rabbi Dovid Rosman offers men the keys to an incredible marriage. Drawing on the Torah's timeless wisdom, Rabbi Rosman's insightful, practical guidance will transform your relationship with your wife, paving the way to greater marital happiness than you ever thought possible.
No matter how long you've been married - or even if you're just preparing for marriage - Your Wife, Yourself will change your life.
About the Author:
"The work is a wonderful resource specifically for today's generation, when the need to work on shalom bayis is so great."
HaGaon Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky, shlita Rosh Yeshivah, Talmudical Yeshivah of Philadelphia
"This concise guide contains the basic principles that, if understood and followed, could prevent the most common causes for lack of harmony and help foster a wholesome and dynamic relationship."
HaGaon Rav Yitzchak Berkovits, shlita - Dean, Jerusalem Kollel and Center for Jewish Values
"This book is fundamental and necessary for all […] presented with clarity, insight, and in a pleasant, flowing manner."
HaGaon Rav Yaakov Friedman, shlita - Rosh Yeshivah, Birchas Mordechai
"Your Wife, Yourself is a terrific book and spot-on. No matter how long you've been married - or even if you're just preparing for marriage - this book is a must."
David Lieberman, Ph.D. Leading psychologist and author of two New York Times bestsellers
"I loved the book […] Rabbi Dovid Rosman has written a very valuable book filled with deep insights grounded in the beauty of Torah and vast experience he has teaching the path to shalom bayis to his students. The wealth of practical insights and profound, Torah-guided wisdom will make this book an invaluable road map for every couple."
David Pelcovitz, Ph.D. Straus Chair in Psychology and Education, - Azrieli Graduate School, Yeshiva University
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