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Whether in the work place or in an amusement park, one can always look at his Tzitzit and get in touch with G-d, Torah, and his mission as a Jew. (Rashi - Numbers ) To learn more, read "Tzitzith" by Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan. Try to do for yourself what you can; but do not be too proud to ask others for help when necessary. If the two exactly balance each other, should they not be judged with mercy?The great Rabbi Hillel expressed the Torah attitude about needing other people: "If I am not for myself, who will be for me? " (Talmud - Avot ) Do not make yourself overly dependent on others. Rabbi Yisrael of Salant said that the answer is obvious.Here's a few pearls of wisdom from men who know:"If you think you've found 'the one', ask yourself if that person would stick with you through thick and thin. If you're even a bit unsure, he/she may not be 'the one'."I have a friend who lost his job and pretended to go to work for a week for fear of [what] his wife would think/do. If that were to happen to me, my wife would be the first person I'd want to tell and run home to. It's easy to fall into a comfortable rut, but it doesn't help anyone."- Sully1102"Listen to understand rather than listen to respond.
(If you feel like you aren't getting to do those things enough, that's another red flag of a bad relationship.) And my wife and I definitely get on each other's nerves sometimes.
So in order to fulfill the mitzvah we have a special four-cornered garment called a tallit.
There are two basic types: A Tallit Godol is a large garment that looks like a cloak, and is worn when men pray in the morning.
This doesn't mean tell her everything on your first date, but don't lie about things that may be important to you just because you think it might get you laid."- sclerf"Establish boundaries very early on and stick to them. her family is extremely pushy, domineering and controlling.
They show up whenever they want, stay over days or weeks at a time, clean up our house to their standards, borrow money from her, call during dinner, etc.