Navigating the Newlyweds: The Essential Handbook on Marrying off Children




Is my newlywed child’s behavior normal?

Money stuff — so sticky!

How much do I call and how much do I give them space?

What kind of a relationship am I supposed to have with the mechutanim?

When it comes to marrying off children, the beautiful journey to Nachasville can be punctuated by myriad bumps in the road. But now there’s no need to fly solo. With her trademark sparkle, Riva Pomerantz presents real stories from real people, then addresses tough issues by interviewing some of the biggest names in the Torah world: Rabbi Aryeh Nivin, Rebbetzin Feige Twerski, Mrs. Slovie Jungreis Wolff, Rebbetzin Rochel Lubin, Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Mrs. Dina Schoonmaker, Mrs. Chani Juravel, and many others.

This spectacular collection navigates confusion and conundrum, paving the way to happiness and fulfilling, healthy relationships for both parents and married children. No matter when that chasunah was or will be, everyone will benefit enormously from this practical, realistic handbook, the very first of its kind.

The journey navigated in these pages will surely propel you from where you are to where you’d like to be.

Author Riva Pomerantz
ISBN 9781614655862
Pages 320
Cover Type Hardcover

Additional information

Weight2 lbs
Dimensions6 × 9 in



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