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  1. Think Good And It Will Be Good

    Think Good And It Will Be Good

    $19.00

    Are you feeling Depressed or Anxious?

    Think "Good" and Search for More Meaning in Your Life.

    Amidst the horrors of Auschwitz, a daring Jewish psychiatrist revealed one of the two secrets to overcoming depression and anxiety. Viktor Frankl, the founder of Logotherapy (the therapy of meaning) found that "those who knew that there was a task waiting for them to fulfill were most apt to survive the concentration camps."

    Frankl was not just referring to those interned in the camps or held captive as prisoners of war. He was offering a path forward for all people facing challenges -- whether physical or emotional -- to look beyond the limits of self and into the world of meaning and spirituality.

    Over 150 years earlier, the Tzemach Tzemach, the venerable leader of the Chabad Hasidic movement, shared the other secret for achieving happiness and emotional well being when he said, "Think Good and It Will Be Good.” This spiritual and psychological principle has the power to transform feelings of sadness or worry, freeing your mind to focus on the goodness inherent in people and situations

    In Think Good It Will Be Good you'll learn how the insights of Frankl and Hasidic thought form the basis of Torah Psychology, a spiritually-focused therapy that can help you find meaning, think positively, and inspire optimism in your life.

    Accolades for Think Good It Will Be Good

    ​ "Think Good And It Will Be Good is a treasure trove of cognitive, emotional - and most importantly - spiritual, strategies for attaining equanimity and happiness. Rabbi Schonbuch offers a depth of psychological and spiritual wisdom in an easy-to-read and easy-to-grasp style. Although anyone who reads the book will benefit from its practical and inspirational content, those who routinely struggle with depressed or anxious feelings will find particular relief and solace within its pages. Highly recommended!"

    ​ Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M. Ed., C. Psych., psychologist and author of "Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice," "The Fear Fix," and "Make Yourself at Home."

    "This is a short book long on substance. Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch gracefully brings together the worlds of Torah and psychology, offering helpful insights into some of the most serious mental health issues. He mobilizes the power of the spirit, deftly convincing those wrestling with serious matters that they can overcome, that with relatively straightforward attitude shifts they can right the ship. A most empowering, helpful, and inspirational volume."

    Rabbi Dr. Reuven P. Bulka, Editor Journal of Judaism and Psychology, author of numerous books on Viktor Frankl including Work, Love, Suffering, Death: A Jewish/Psychological Perspective Through Logotherapy, The Quest for Ultimate Meaning: Principles and Applications of Logotherapy, and editor of Applying Logotherapy. Learn More

  2. Raising a Challenging Child, Parents and Teachers Share Their Experience with Special Needs Children

    Raising a Challenging Child, Parents and Teachers Share Their Experience with Special Needs Children

    $19.00

    The complex world of special needs children can be mystifying and discouraging, as the usual rules of child-rearing just don’t work. This inspiring anthology invites us to tap into the trials and frustration and, yes, even the nachas that is part of life with special needs children.

    Meet Pinnie, a twelve-year-old with ADHD who learns to read just in time for his bar mitzvah, and Eliezer, a young man with Down syndrome who works in the Knesset mail room. Meet parents who struggle with accepting their children’s limitations, who face the hostility and indifference of the outside world, and who must negotiate with school systems that don’t always understand their children’s needs. Meet parenting experts like Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald, Rabbi Chaim Walder, Miriam Adahan, and Rebbetzin Malka Kaganoff, who offer insightful advice on dealing with special children.

    Follow their struggles and learn from parents and educators just how rewarding the experience of raising a challenging child can be. Learn More

  3. Reaching the Next Generation, A Mechanech's Time-Tested Insights for Parents and Teachers

    Reaching the Next Generation, A Mechanech's Time-Tested Insights for Parents and Teachers

    $19.00

    Is derech eretz in children a lost art?

    How much emphasis should we place on secular studies?

    Can summer vacation really undo a year’s worth of learning?

    How can we tame the monster of technology?

    Educating the next generation is a monumental responsibility. Yet sometimes we’re left floundering, wondering where to find answers to the dilemmas that spring up on an ongoing basis. How can we successfully raise our children in the ways of our fathers, applying the age-old mesorah to our present-day confusion?

    Rabbi Shmuel Yaakov Klein, esteemed director of Torah Umesorah and acclaimed Hamodia columnist, is uniquely capable of offering the guidance we seek. With his trademark clarity and depth, he analyzes topics such as the fundamentals of chinuch, bar and bas mitzvah celebrations, and effective communication with teens, addressing the concerns of parents and mechanchim alike. Reaching the Next Generation is a book that will serve as a guidepost and eye-opener for all who care about their children’s future.

    “This book is an excellent resource on the topic of chinuch, and I have no doubt that it will be extremely beneficial to its readers.”

    — Rav Shmuel Kamenetsky, Rosh Yeshivah, Philadelphia Yeshiva Learn More

  4. Will I Ever Be Happy Again, A Jewish approach to helping children deal with the loss of a loved one

    Will I Ever Be Happy Again, A Jewish approach to helping children deal with the loss of a loved one

    $19.00

    When a special person dies, it can be confusing for the children who were close. Not only is it hard for them to say good-bye to someone they love, but they are overwhelmed with all the changes in their lives.

    Will I Ever Be Happy Again? combines a child-friendly explanation of the post-death Jewish rituals with activities that encourage children to express their thoughts in words and pictures, helping them cope with their loss.

    Parents, counselors, educators and community leaders helping Jewish families deal with bereavement will find this long-awaited book to be an invaluable resource. Learn More

  5. Boruch Learns About Shabbos

    Boruch Learns About Shabbos

    $18.00

    Boruch Learns About Shabbos

    Join Boruch, his family and a cast of zany characters as they discover the wonders of Shabbos!

    What better way to learn about Shabbos than with Rabbi Shmuel Kunda’s classic characters? They’re all here -- Boruch, Mr. Gazook, Mr. Kos, Chubby Cholent Pot, Mr. Krause and all his grandchildren, and more ... Together with Rabbi Kunda’s memorable rhymes, they bring Shabbos to life like never before!

    Boruch Learns About Shabbos has been adapted from Rabbi Kunda’s original audio production -- a children’s classic for decades. Learn More

  6. Nechoma Greisman Anthology

    Nechoma Greisman Anthology

    $19.00

    Just as the mellow hues of adjoining stones converge into a focus as a vivid mosaic, the varied and colorful components of this unique anthology combine to introduce the reader to a beautifully refreshing personality.

     This book comprises a selection of candid thoughts on the challenges confronting the role as an idealistic emissary of the Lubavitcher Rebbe; articles she wrote and classes she gave on the realities of Jewish wifehood and motherhood, such as questions of role definition, marital harmony, family planning, childrearing ("the most difficult mivtza of them all") and outreach work; solid detailed, down-to-earth advice on housekeeping ("being a Kohen in G-d's little Sanctuary"); good-humored and utterly unjudgmental observations on human nature and on interpersonal relations; insightful letters written by her and about her; and so on and on.

    Reading this book leaves one feeling one inch humbler, but one inch taller Learn More

  7. The Addicted Soul

    The Addicted Soul

    $19.00

    THE WORLD OF ADDICTION: INTERNET, GAMBLING, DRINKING, SHOPPING, TEXTING& Stories, Information & Spiritual Guidance Learn More

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