Chanukah comes early this year and Christmas and Kwanzaa are not far behind. If you are one half of an interfaith couple or family, it can be helpful to check in with each other about your vision for the holidays. This doesn’t have to be too arduous if you keep in mind one of my […]
Below are some posts I have written for interfaith couples and families.
By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. When someone is struggling, we might be at a loss for how to help. We want to reach out. But we’re worried we’ll do or say the wrong thing. So we don’t do anything. Or maybe we have a track record of saying or doing the wrong things. Either way, the […]
Posted in Activity Rocket‘s blog 12/1/14 Here are Some Great ways to Bond with Your Partner by Our Friend Jen Kogan Many of us who have kids remember the early years as a sleep-deprived time accompanied by unavoidable squabbles with our mate. This is confirmed in research which reveals that 67% of couples become unhappy with their […]
“The idea of celebrating two religions may seem confusing to those who were raised in monofaith environments…For children raised in interfaith communities, though, it’s completely normal.” Susan Katz Miller, author Being Both