||This site offers to you:
representative examples of Rabbi Forsythe's writings in many important subjects central to
successful and happy Torah living,
Exciting and important new subjects, and new materials for current subjects, will bring you additions or changes to this site at various times. New sections, and new contents for existing sections, are periodically added.
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Certain sections of this site (the "Shalom Bayis" Magazine, the "Finding Your Zivug" Magazine, the "Improve your Life" Magazine and the Ask The Rabbi questions/answers) will be updated regularly (generally once per month) and selected former materials will be archived.
To access new added and changed materials, you'll want to check this site at least once or twice per week.
The material available on this site will be of considerable interest to the reader. These writings are generally adapted from several books and numerous articles which Rabbi Forsythe is writing on Shalom Bayis/Jewish marriage, the "singles situation," bain adam laChavairo (interpersonal relating and obligations), personal growth and Torah hashkafa (worldview). The material is the result of decades of research, learning, consulting with Rabonim and Psychologists, and experience working with counseling clients and lecture/workshop audiences. Rabbi Forsythe works in Brooklyn, New York, USA.
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Rabbi Forsythe can be contacted with serious inquiries about his professional services by e-mail through this site or by writing to Rabbi Forsythe c/o Jewish Press, 338 Third Avenue, Brooklyn NY, 11215, USA.
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Copyright 2002 by Rabbi Jeff Forsythe. Limited permission is granted to print out on paper or to electronically send any of these materials IF due credit is given to Rabbi Forsythe AND IF it is EXCLUSIVELY for:
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2. use in consideration of hiring Rabbi Forsythe for any of his professional services, or
3. inclusion in a review in a publication which reviews the material strictly according to Torah-observant Judaism.
Otherwise, these materials may not be copied or used in any way without express advance permission from, nor without due credit given to, Rabbi Forsythe.