Why Therapy Works Best With The Jewish Community

    When it comes to sharing concerns and feelings, it was found that Jews are more willing and are more confident in their therapist’s capability to help them with their mental health condition.   What Statistics Say A recent article titled, “Religion, Ethnicity, and Attitudes Towards Psychotherapy” that was published last April 2012 in…

Rediscovering Judaist Work Ethic

Some Jews have been included in the list of the wealthiest people on earth.  These numbers have people wondering: What makes Jews special? Is it because of their upbringing or is it because of the values imbibed from Judaism?

Judaism: Festivals And Traditional Practices

Aside from views and beliefs, different religions across the world differ mainly on practices and traditional celebrations. If you tell someone that you are a ‘religious’ person, the first thing that will come to one’s mind is that you follow your religion’s practices, according to how should they be done and how frequent should they…

Etiquettes To Remember Before Going To A Jewish Home

    Visiting a non-observant Jewish friend at home can be no different to going to anyone else’s place. You can come in with your shoes on, have your pets roaming around the house, and drink alcoholic beverages until everyone can neither see nor think straight. The dress code isn’t so relevant as well; unless…

Jewish Style Of Parenting – Part 2

This is Part 2 of the blog about Jewish parenting styles that will make teens ready for their adult life. Avoiding Unnecessary Punishment The teachings of the Torah will guide us also with regards to the proper way of doing punishments our children. While it is commendable to correct one’s ill behavior, it is still…

Family Values Of Judaism

Like many religions, Judaism defines the family unit as a blessing and a gift from God. Active family life is highly valued by the Jews as they firmly believe that the home is where ethics and values are flourished.

Jewish Style Of Parenting – Part 1

The Bible tells us of many teachings regarding children, particularly young adults, who depart from their homes. In modern times, Jewish teens are generally having a hard time even in the process of just planning to leave. This usually occurs during the ages of fifteen to nineteen when teens are conflicted of their freedom –…

Basic Facts And Beliefs Of Judaism

Judaism is a monotheistic religious belief of the Jewish people which goes a long way back and originated when God made a covenant with Abraham, Moses and other Hebrew prophets. As times have changed, the Jewish people have gone through adaptability when it comes to their religion and culture. However, their beliefs remain the same….

Alleviate Your Worries, The Torah Way – Part 2

Source: pixabay.com In continuation of the blog from last week, here is Part 2. We move on with Joseph’s life experiences in dealing with anxiety. The story about one of many Joseph’s life experiences on anxiety was when he got stuck in a ditch without water. There was not water because it was unfilled. All…