OHELâ€™s Simcha Feuermanâ€™s New Book, â€śMarriage 911â€ť Hopes to Revive Troubled Marriages
OHELâ€™s Director of Operations, Simcha Feuerman, LCSW-R released a new groundbreaking book, â€śMarriage 911â€ť, which he co-authored with his wife, Chaya Feuerman, LCSW-R.Â This book is unique in that it offers concise, clear, step by step instructions on how to turn around a failing marriage.
Simcha commented, â€śGenerosity and forgiveness are key elements to a successful marriage. But kindness must be balanced with healthy self-esteem and limit setting.Â When do you forgive? When do you fight? Even more important, how do you forgive, and how do you fight? Knowing how to deliver your message and how to manage your emotions are as important as knowing what you should do.â€ťÂ
Here are what some of the reviewers are saying:
"The number of marriages that fail today is unprecedented, with tragic outcome for the couple and the children. Rabbi Simcha and Chaya Feuerman's book provides a method that can save many marriages. It requires effort, but the prize is more than worth it."
Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski MD
"Marriage 911 is a valuable tool for dealing with the inevitable conflict that couples encounter. â€¦highly informative and fun to readâ€¦with liberal use of insights from real life vignettes, Jewish sources, and mental health research. I highly recommend this bookâ€¦"
David Pelcovitz, Ph.D., Professor, Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education, Yeshiva University
Since 1969, OHEL Childrenâ€™s Home and Family Services has served as a dependable haven of individual and family support, helping people of all ages surmount everyday challenges, heal from trauma, and manage with strength and dignity during times of crises. Driven by service excellence, OHELâ€™s professional staff meet the myriad social service needs of the general community, while at the same time providing culturally-sensitive services to the Jewish community, including Yiddish, Hebrew and Russian speakers. Through highly-rated foster care, developmental disability, mental health, and other programs and services, OHEL provides supportive housing, treatment, care coordination, education, outreach and much more to elevate lives and strengthen individuals and communities in New York City, Long Island, New Jersey, Florida, California and worldwide on the web. David Mandel is the CEO of OHEL.