Family and Women's Interest

These books may interest those wanting to learn more about women’s issues and family life in Judaism.

  • The Committed Marriage

    The Committed Marriage

    Even the most pressured modern couples can find harmony and unity, guided by the timeless wisdom of the Torah.

    Author : Esther Jungreis
  • G-d Winked

    G-d Winked

    Sara Yoheved Rigler, the author of the bestseller Holy Woman, made her first, year-long trip to India while still in college. She spent 15 years living in an ashram and practicing and teaching meditation. Then her spiritual journey took a hairpin turn. She went to Jerusalem and started studying what she called, “the world’s most hidden religion: Torah Judaism.” The tales collected in this book span the breadth of Sara Yoheved Rigler’s colorful, adventure-filled life. The lessons derived from a dizzying variety of sources:

    Author : Sara Yoheved Rigler
  • The Magic Touch

    The Magic Touch

    The sense of touch is powerful: It can heal and it can hurt. It can make or break relationships. It can create a loving bond between partners, and if abused, can inflict lifelong wounds physically and emotionally. While all too often taken for granted, one thing is certain: It should never be taken lightly.

    Author : Gila Manolson