Life after Teshuvah [Hardcover]

Brand: Mosaica Press
By: Zecharya Greenwald
Product ID: 9781961602298
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Life after Teshuvah guides readers through the challenges, doubts, and questions that face nearly every individual who has made the unique and magnificent transformation from a secular to a Torah lifestyle. Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald confidently champions the beauty of Torah society, its advantages and opportunities, while fearlessly and unapologetically confronting its difficulties.

This volume addresses a wide array of vital topics, including marriage, large families, gender roles, shidduchim, conflicts, mental health, and technology. As the baal teshuvah’s dreams and expectations mingle with disappointments — from investing in building a support system to discovering role models who are flawed, from raising children with self-esteem to struggling with the imperfect educational system — the author offers a voice of reason and balance partnered with wise, healthy advice.

In this long-awaited book, Rabbi Greenwald provides an indispensable, practical roadmap, so that readers can confidently navigate their new life — illuminated by the Torah’s radiant light.

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Binding: Hardcover
Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 405
Language: English
Publisher: Mosaica Press (May 27, 2024)
ISBN-10: 1961602296
ISBN-13: 978-1961602298

Life after Teshuvah [Hardcover]
Five, Ten, and Twenty Years Later
By: Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald

“An invaluable resource.”
Rabbi Aharon Feldman, Rosh Hayeshiva, Yeshivas Ner Yisroel

About the author:
Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald, a talmid of the late Rav Shlomo Wolbe, z”l, is a world-renowned mechanech who founded and was rosh yeshiva of two groundbreaking high schools for boys needing alternatives to the classic educational system. He is the author of Preparing Your Child for Success (ArtScroll, 2005), and he lectures widely on education, parenting, and myriad Torah topics. His “Ask the Mechanech” column in Hamodia ran for ten years. Presently, he has a column in Mishpacha magazine called “Ask Rabbi Greenwald.”
Rabbi Greenwald is the menahel of Me’ohr Bais Yaakov Teacher’s Seminary, which he founded in 2000. He is considered one of the foremost authorities on helping parents and schools deal with challenging situations. He and his wife, Linda, live in Yerushalayim with their extended family.

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