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Beyond Self-Discovery By: Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
In this Torah class (shiur) on Shalom Bayit, Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller explains that the step beyond self discovery is creating an environment that draws down ruchniyut, spirituality, in creating relationships.





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  • Beth wrote on April, 17 2013 6:48 pm

    There are many husbands who do not provide the stability needed for a woman to approach these goals. If the husband is not zoche to receive the blessings but the woman is, how can she continue such a struggle only in her merit?

  • Tova wrote on June, 26 2013 4:43 am

    Dear Beth, I know that it is extremely difficult for the wife to concentrate on her tafkid, when all of her husbands faults and lack of stability scream out at her daily. From personal experience, I have seen that it is very helpful to daven to Hashem to give the wife the strength to ENJOY her marriage and not concentrate on the lack of stability provided by the husband. The wife can give herself a 'vacation' from thinking about the lack of stability and pretend that she is on a honeymoon and just have fun in her marriage, and that might help her to come to terms with the reality that Hashem has given her to deal with.

  • Tzippy wrote on June, 26 2013 4:48 am

    I just spoke to a professional about a different struggle in my family dynamic, she gave me a very good tool - to focus on what there IS, not what isn't. If we notice the blessings we have and the part we enjoy, sometimes the lack weighs less heavily. Of course this is hard to do when we have needs and/or expectations that are not being met. I'm not sure that we need to give up on all of our expectations, but maybe we should try to reframe and find the 'provider' parts of our husbands personality and try to tap into it and gain from it.

  • silene wrote on October, 24 2013 3:52 am

    Joe ,tu a déjà entendu celui ci?precious !

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Class: Builder of Her Home: A Woman's Guide to Shalom Bayis

Added: February 27, 2012

Class Number: 2 of 14

Time: 39:42

 

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