Live from 12-2: Therapy with LCSW Mordechai Weinberger; Submit Your Questions

weinberger live[LIVE 12-2] Beginning at 12 p.m., Social Worker Mordechai Weinberger LCSW will be answering your therapy questions – live on TLS.

To submit your questions which may be asked live on the air, you can call in during the show at 718-683-5858, or text your question to 347-927-8398. You can also submit your question in the comments section of this article, which Mordechai will read during the show.

Mordechai Weinberger is an experienced therapist for many years, and currently hosts a free phone line of various psychological programs that combine Torah and psychology. To listen to these Shiurim and to his daily questions and answers, you can call 718-298 2011. His Yiddish Shiurim are sold by Uvilechtichu Baderch in Batei Medrashi, and his English Shiurim are sold in Seforim stores.

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  1. What is the best way to deal with a spouse who reacts very impulsively to situations or to things I say? Do I just ignore his reactions because I know he doesn’t mean it, and he doesn’t seem to have much control over it, or do I tell him that it’s not acceptable to talk that way to me/ to the kids ?
    I’m married a while but I only recently came to the realization that the reason he says a lot of the things he does and in the tone of voice he does is because his mouth works faster than his brain.

  2. I am a mother in my mid twenties. I have been diagnosed with celiac disease a couple of years ago. I have kept the diagnosis quiet besides for my immediate family, my in laws and a few relatives. The reason being because I’d like to be treated as a regular person. I don’t want people to make a big deal, change menus etc for me. (Yes, yes in the back of my mind is my children’s shidduchim but that is not applicable for many years and we will ask the appropriate shailos then.) My question is: I sometime feel like I am not being honest with others, almost as if I am keeping something a secret which shouldn’t be being that celiac is quite common these days. Is that a valid feeling? Would you recommend that I open up and tell others?

  3. I’m a mother of a large family and often i have to be strict with my children by ignoring them if they don’t cooperate, will this effect their self esteem?
    Thank you I grow every week more and more from your show.

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