The Menuchah Principle in Marriage - Judaica Press

The Menuchah Principle in Marriage

Ostrov, Shaya

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There is a single powerful concept that can energize any marriage.
Yes, even yours.
It is called ... Menuchas Hanefesh.

In this book, Shaya Ostrov, noted marriage and relationship counselor, draws upon the teachings of Rav Chaim Friedlander, zt"l, devoted student of Rav Eliyahu Dessler, zt"l, as well as his own extensive experience in helping couples, to teach you and your spouse how to achieve a closer and more loving relationship. Learn how to master the tools of menuchas hanefesh and discover the joys of living a fulfilled married life, no matter what comes your way.

Regardless of whether you're happily married or you've been experiencing a rough patch in your relationship, the book you hold in your hands is the key to a better future. The Menuchah Principle draws upon centuries of Chazal's wisdom to teach you how to acquire the transforming and life-enhancing gift of menuchas hanefesh -- a gift with the power to bring your life harmoniously together, while deepening your commitment to Hashem. When you learn to integrate menuchas hanefesh into your daily life, you'll lead a healthier, more fulfilling existence. Menuchas hanefesh is the solution to many of life's problems and the key to living a life of joy.

This book, The Menuchah Principle in Marriage, is the first in a series dedicated to the goal of enlightening our community about the precious gift of menuchas hanefesh.

About the author:
Shaya Ostrov, L.C.S.W., is the author of the bestselling relationship book Seven Gates to Marriage, as well as numerous articles in professional and Jewish publications. A noted marital and relationship therapist, Mr. Ostrov lectures and consults on all aspects of relationship development and enhancement. His extensive experience with married and engaged couples has enabled him to explore and develop the precious gift of menuchas hanefesh as the ultimate source for personal and marital fulfillment.

Author: Shaya Ostrov, L.C.S.W.
Hardcover | 6" x 9" | 312 pages | ISBN 978-1-60763-039-5

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