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In Laws: It’s All Relative-A proven roadmap for parents and children to successful relationships within the family

by yossi November 02, 2009

Don’t believe all those old jokes: In-laws DO NOT have to be outlaws!

Few things in our lives are more valuable than our family relationships — and few things are more complex. And when those relationships begin, not at birth, but at marriage, there can be some challenging adjustments to be made.

The great news is: You CAN make the adjustments, and have rewarding, wonderful in-law relationships.

The author of more than thirty bestselling works on both Torah and psychology, Rabbi Dr. Abraham J. Twerski, M.D. is the scion of a great rabbinic family and world-famous addiction expert who has helped tens of thousands live better lives. In In-Laws: It’s All Relative Rabbi Twerski teams up with Leah Shifrin Averick, a respected social worker and an expert in in-law relationships, to produce a book that will enhance and improve our lives: as mothers- or daughters-in-law; fathers- or sons-in-law; sisters or brothers-in-law.

Brimming with Torah wisdom, psychological insight, and, of course, true-life stories, In-Laws: It’s All Relative deals with the most common challenges of in-law relationships:

* Making the first meeting cordial and positive
* What do I call my in-laws?”
* Divided loyalties
* Financial aid and gifts: giving them, getting them
* Mechatunim” and wedding planning
* In-laws as grandparents

By following the sensible, practical, and, always, Torah-based strategies that two experts have formulated over decades of work with families, we learn how to enjoy harmonious and fulfilling relationships with our in-laws. And we never have to make a mother-in-law joke again!
For more information or to purchase please visit Artscroll.com

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