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Audio: Exclusive Interview with Therapist Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski

Rabbi Twerski shared many powerful insights about being a mench, the importance of Derech Eretz for others as well as for ourselves.
11/18/2012, 10:57 PM

A7 Radio's "The Derech Eretz Show" with Rabbi Elan Adler
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After offering strength and hope and faith to our audience during these turbulent times in Israel, Rabbi Twerski shared many powerful lessons and insights about being a mench, the importance of Derech Eretz for others as well as for ourselves, and how to love others in a sincere way. Dr. Twerski is in a class by himself- a Chassic Rabbi descendent of the holy Baal Shem Tov, offering psychiatric help to those with addictions, heading the psychiatric department of a prestigious Catholic hospital, dealing with all ethnic groups while wearing distinctively Chassidic garb, authoring over 60 books on self-esteem and taking your life back from the brink of destructive addictions....Rabbi Twerski's deep humanity, intellect and genuine concern for others has help him turn hundreds if not thousands of lives around. This world renown Jewish hero will open your eyes and encourage you to know yourself and become a mench.
This show is dedicated to the loving memory of my dear mother, Gertrude T. Adler, who was kissed into the next world 7 weeks ago. May her memory always be for a blessing.
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Rabbi Elan Adler served as a pulpit Rabbi for 25 years in Stamford, Ct and Baltimore, Md prior to making aliyah in 2010. Rabbi Adler received his Smicha from Yeshiva University, had the privilege of being an aide to Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik for two years, was an activist Rabbi in support of Israel and aliyah, and served as the President of the Baltimore Board of Rabbis. During his tenure as a Rabbi, he was known for being an engaging speaker and teacher, never failing to make easy connections with Jewish people as well as the non-Jewish and African American community. While serving congregations, he was appreciated for being welcoming, embracing of all people, and bringing congregants closer to their Jewish heritage. For more information on Rabbi Adler visit
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