Marriage, stress and the ‘hagim’

ByGERSHON SWIMMER
April 6, 2017 15:36

Five suggestions to help couples thrive this Passover.




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Young couple argue in the kitchen (illustrative). (photo credit:INGIMAGE)

Mazal tov, you have made it another year and now Passover season is upon you. The hagim are known for warmth, good food and fond memories – as well as for creating tension and conflict in couples, which can lead to arguments that can take some of the joy out of what should be a happy time for you and your family.

Here are five suggestions that can help couples reduce stress and create emotional balance this Passover.

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