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  1. Stepping Out of the Abyss
  2. Mastering Relationships, The 4 elements of connecting with anyone

    Mastering Relationships, The 4 elements of connecting with anyone

    $24.75

    Fire. Water. Wind. Earth. Understand the four elements - and you will better understand others, and yourself. Master their secrets - and you will master your relationships.

    Rav Chaim Vital, Rambam, the Gaon of Vilna, the Aruch Hashulchan and the Baal HaTanya are just a few of the many Torah Sages who discuss the four elements that compose all matter - including all of humanity: fire, wind, water and earth. These elements represent different traits that make up our personalities.

    By better understanding these elements, and the way they play out in human behavior, we can better understand ourselves and the people around us. And by achieving that understanding, we can vastly improve our relationships.

    Rabbi Mordechai Weinberger LCSW is a master therapist, acclaimed public speaker, and popular radio show host who has helped thousands of people build better, more satisfying, and happier lives. Using fascinating case studies, and a considerable dose of humor, Rabbi Weinberger shows us how to identify our own "elements" as well as those of others; how to capitalize on our traits so they lead to success and not disaster; how to balance our natures and complement our strengths, making them even more effective; and how to interpret people’s behavior so we can deal properly with them. He explains how a husband with a "fiery" temperament can understand his wife, whose nature is dominated by "wind."”A businessman characterized by the traits of "earth" will be afraid of risk; perhaps he needs to strengthen his attitude of “"water" in order to succeed.

    Yes, it's fun to take Rabbi Weinberger's quizzes and figure out which traits dominate in your personality, and in that of your spouse, your child, your mother-in-law, your boss. And it's fun to read about the various case studies, and see how people can understand, and misunderstand, each other. Indeed, this book is a lot of fun.

    And it's also life-changing. For the better. Much better. Learn More

  3. Therapy, Shmerapy, Demystifying Therapy Even for People Who Don't Need It

    Therapy, Shmerapy, Demystifying Therapy Even for People Who Don't Need It

    $21.95

    In Therapy, Shmerapy, you are in for a revealing session behind the closed doors of the therapy room.

    As a popular columnist, therapist Mindy Blumenfeld, LCSW, has been dazzling her audience in Binah Magazine and on her blog. Here is the real story of therapy: honest, eye-opening, sharp, and often funny. In this collection of thought-provoking essays you will find out what is therapy; who needs therapy; about the therapeutic relationship; ethics and religion in therapy; and much more. Dare to be entertained and intrigued by a master therapist! Learn More

  4. Perfectly Imperfect, Breaking Out of the Ordinary and Striving for Greatness

    Perfectly Imperfect, Breaking Out of the Ordinary and Striving for Greatness

    $18.00

    The Alter of Novardok teaches that there are two different types of people, the 'chochom' and the 'talmid chochom'. The 'chochom' sees himself as already wise and virtuous. He doesn't want to put in efforts to improve. He may live a life of superficial goodness, but he is stuck where he is, and thus eventually sinks deeper and deeper.

    The 'talmid chochom', on the other hand, sees himself as a student. He recognizes that he does not know everything, and that he does not do everything right. Paradoxically, it is the acceptance of his imperfection that gives him the ability to learn from his mistakes and, slowly, perfect himself.

    Are you a student of wisdom? If so, this book is for you.

    In it, we join master educator Ari Goldwag on his journey from superficial 'nice-ness' to true goodness.

    In it, we find the inspiration to accept ourselves - and change. We are, after all, (perfectly) imperfect.

    About the Author:

    Rabbi Ari Goldwag spent his formative years studying in the Yeshiva of Far Rockaway and developing his path in the world of Personal Growth and mussar under the guidance of Rabbi Yechiel Perr, the Rosh Yeshiva. He continued his studies in Yeshivas Mir in Jerusalem. R' Ari has since become a prolific writer and lecturer on a variety of Torah subjects. Hundreds of students follow and download his "Parsha Podcast" and other classes each week. He uses his Torah ideas alongside the music that he is well known for. His five solo albums have been bestsellers and his popular song, "Am Echad," has become a classic, alongside his Shabbos song, "Kah Ribon." He also writes and produces music for other artists (including Benny Friedman's hit "Yesh Tikvah"). He lives with his wife Talia and their five children in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel. Learn More

  5. Fundamentals of Public Speaking, First Time Speaking? No One Has to Know....

    Fundamentals of Public Speaking, First Time Speaking? No One Has to Know....

    $7.75

    First time Speaking?

    No one has to know...

    Rabbi Dovid Kaplan, a highly sought after, world-class speaker who has lectured around the world on dozens of topics has written Fundamentals of Public Speaking to help anyone become a confident and accomplished public speaker.

    In this book, the reader will gain incredible insights into public speaking, from preparation to delivery - and everything in between!

    So, whether you're making a bris, have been asked to speak at a family simchah, or have been invited to address a large crowd, this book is essential for you! Learn More

  6. The Power of Choice (a practical guide to conscious living)
  7. Empowerment! Become The Person You Want To Be

    Empowerment! Become The Person You Want To Be

    $21.00

    Dave was lost in the forest. He simply didn't know how to read the map. The trees all looked alike to him and no matter how many times he tried finding his way out, he just ended up back in the same spot - having walked in circles. He was terrified of having to spend the night in the forest.

    Suddenly, to his great relief, another hiker came along. This person showed him how to read the map and which markers to look out for. The hiker moved on but this little bit of help made all the difference. He now knew what to look for and how to follow the trail. Before long, he found himself out of the forest.

    Hashem has placed us in the forest of life. Sometimes, we get lost. We forget how to read the map. This fascinating book was designed to do just that. This incredible book helps each of us lead the life we really want to lead. Empowerment is…empowering!

    Approbations:

    "I … have been duly impressed by the author's dedication to highlighting a genuine Torah approach to many of the questions asked by people today. In down-to-earth and simple language, the author makes it clear how Torah and its commentaries … Ultimately, the greatest compliment one can pay a Torah thinker is by saying that they have truly said nothing new. The author's insights in this book, while presented in an original and creative manner, are not new at all. So while the book contains a plethora of contemporary anecdotes, references, and scenarios that will put the modern era at ease, the basic ideas being expressed are timeless."

    From the Foreword by Rabbi Shais Taub Learn More

  8. Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People, Finding Light in the Darkness

    Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People, Finding Light in the Darkness

    $14.50

    Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People addresses one of the most frequently asked questions of all time. After the passing of his wife at a very young age, leaving him with four children under the age of nine, Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt spent years finding the balance between his overwhelming pain of loss and his concurrent appreciation that everything God does is for the best. Why would an all-loving 'good' God do something seemingly so 'bad' to him and his young children? The answer is that He didn't.

    With this premise, Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People expertly tackles the most challenging topic of all time. With a light and sometimes humorous style, and through sharing his own personal story of loss and recovery, Rabbi Rosenblatt provides an answer to the almost unanswerable question. He will challenge your conceptions as he delivers a remarkable and powerful argument that in fact, bad things simply don't happen to good people!

    Why Bad things Don't Happen to Good People is a must-have in every Jewish home!

    Approbations:

    "I couldn't put it down… I have every confidence that Why Bad Things Don't Happen to Good People will be well received."

    Rabbi Michel Twerski

    "I am sure this book will be of assistance to so many people who are faced with seemingly insurmountable challenges, and can breathe new life into those who have succumbed to despair."

    Rabbi Yitzchak Berkovits

    "This is a work of courage and faith that will give courage and faith to those who read it and absorb its hope-filled message."

    Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks

    "It is extremely enjoyable and readable while being profoundly insightful."

    Rabbi Noah Weinberg Learn More

  9. Teshuvah Through Recovery, Experience the transformative power of the twelve steps

    Teshuvah Through Recovery, Experience the transformative power of the twelve steps

    $19.00

    Confused.

    Desperate.

    Trapped, with no way out.

    HEAR THE VOICES OF THOSE MOST VULNERABLE: Those addicted to alcohol, drugs, gambling, exposure to inappropriate material, and other destructive plagues of our times. Promising yeshivah bachurim, kollel yungeleit—no group is immune to the devastation of these dangers. Spouses and parents watch helplessly as their loved ones sink into pain and despair.

    In this eye-opening book on teshuvah and recovery, renowned author and psychiatrist Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski offers his wise insights into the psychological and spiritual aspects of addiction and the benefits of joining a twelve-step program. Included are inspiring personal accounts of those who have descended to the lowest recesses, yet emerged triumphant from the depths of darkness.

    Addressing the common questions addicts—and their families—ask, Rabbi Twerski challenges our thought processes and debunks the myths about addiction in the frum community. He tackles such topics as why this scourge is so widespread today, why the Twelve Steps are effective in addressing this problem, and where to turn for those desperately needed answers.

    Teshuvah through Recovery is a book that no suffering person or family should be without.

    Please be advised that this book contains sensitive material. Learn More

  10. Unfolding Potential, A Jewish Journey Of Self-Development

    Unfolding Potential, A Jewish Journey Of Self-Development

    $9.50

    What is potential? How does it begin?

    Most importantly, how do we fulfill our potential?

    Unlike a skill that needs to be learned, potential already lies within each of us. It is waiting to be brought to the forefront. Thankfully, we are not directionless in this most central of life's challenges. Judaism (and each of the holidays, in particular) offers us some of the greatest guidance possible on how to 'actualize' ourselves.

    In this crucial task, we do not focus on what we have done. We focus on who we are meant to become.

    Jonah S.C. Muskat-Brown (M.SW) masterfully helps each of us unlock our potential to be happy, fulfilled, and connected. Learn More

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