Early marriage as a solution to the "Shidduch Crisis" in the US Yeshiva World
Would it lead to increased divorce rates?
Would it lead to increased divorce rates?
'I always knew that I would find my match through work....and so it was,' Aliza, an oncology ward nurse, says.
Chinese birth and marriage rates have fallen to the lowest point recorded since the government began tracking them.
A man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.—Max Lucado
Supreme Court's ruling creating online marriage loophole to the Rabbinate could broaden Israel's ongoing judicial reform crisis.
Questions: What is the source in the written Torah for the two stages of marrying a couple and for the interlude between them?
Word on the street is that Orthodox communities are facing a shidduch crisis, with a surplus of eligible women compared to men. Op-ed.
Matchmaking is as hard as splitting the Red Sea, said our Sages, but this is how you do it!
Why would the angels need to further endear Sarai to her husband by pointing out how she remained modestly in her tent?
What exactly is marriage?
Two women will now be allowed to immigrate under Law of Return.
Three students alleging discrimination by U of Idaho due to their traditional views on marriage vindicated in court hearing.
Central District Court rules state must recognize civil marriages performed over ZOOM as if they were performed abroad.
Zechariah and Shama’a have been married for 91 years. 'G-d sent her to me, and I was lucky to win her.'
Hungary’s largest Jewish group apologizes for signing statement ‘sanctifying’ heterosexual marriage.
A young groom was hospitalized for a neurological incident on his wedding day but still insisted on seeing through his marriage.
A plea for peace and understanding. Divorce, with all its hurt, uncertainty and loss should not lead to lifelong enmity.
63% want government to recognize all forms of marriage, but only 39% would choose it for themselves.
It turns out that not only 'toxic' relationships - but unfulfilling ones as well - are likely to cause early death especially for men.
As Israel reopens post-pandemic, the Tzohar rabbinical organization is reporting a dramatic increase in marriage registrations.
Out of the longing of distancing, husband and wife reunite with greater love, and thus the fire that keeps marriage alive is guarded.
Romantic expectations are not what build a strong marriage bond. It goes much deeper.
The concept of inter-generational connection and obligation has been lost in the value system of most of the world, but not in a Torah life.
The Tractate Kidushin begins with ownership of objects - hardly the definition of a wife!
Only one fruit's blessing goes up a step on the ladder when it is made into juice. What does that have to do with marriage?
Now revealing why sometimes I seem to have disappeared for weeks at a time. (Ellen Fischer z"l's funeral is at 3pm today in Israel).
Hundreds of people make the trek to Amuka, all with one goal in mind - to find there Zivug.
New government release shows statistics on marriage, divorce, home ownership, and more.
Ministry of Religious Services: Tzohar team among top experts and professionals in field.
'Marriages for child brides have an 80% failure rate,' lawmaker says.
New survey shows 32% of young adults live with their parents, 79% of them are employed. Also: Most divorces happen after 10 or more years.
Slabodka Yeshiva dean says rising divorce rates may be partly due to women working, men helping at home.
MK Aliza Lavie presents bill to end criminal penalties for marrying outside the Chief Rabbinate.
New study of Israeli singles shows that those who surf the net tend to believe people should marry later.
Dozens who officiated at unregistered weddings turn themselves into police.
Yesh Atid Chairman slams government for caving to 'haredi coercion,' claims Reform, Conservative are 'vast majority' in the US.
For the first time in history: Rabbinical court cancels two marriage ceremonies of same woman and allows her to marry a fourth time.
Jewish Home MK calls on State Prosecutor to investigate rabbinic group for 'encouraging lawbreaking.'