Our future today’s children, we can make a difference! Parents Prayer of the holy Shla!

Prayer is the real key to marital bliss, but it shouldn’t be during or instead of the “first things first” time to connect 😀

“First things first, really using and stealing our time as time is priceless”! <- listen to (3RD HABIT) 3rd Class from 5th Session with Clarity!

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Tomorrow night (Thursday) is the eve of the new month of Sivan, the most opportune day of the year for us to prayer for our children. Our custom is to say the Shla’s Prayer (“Shla” is the acronym for “Shnai Luchot Habrit”, a classic guide to the service of Hashem). We must pray for the little lambs to become sturdy rams. Don’t miss this golden opportunity. You can pray for your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. And if you don’t yet have children, this is an opportune time to ask for children. May Hashem answer all our prayers


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Shavuos/Shavuot 2014/5774 – The Tolner Rebbe of Jerusalem!

“Mekable Pnei Harebbe Lifnei HaChag,” Receive the face of your Holy Teacher before the Holiday of Shavuot 2014, thanks for posting the Tolna Rebbe for us all! Through building our homes and relationships in a true peaceful way we are all building together the 3rd Beis Hamikdash bokorov mamesh 😀

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”Mekable Pnei Harebbe Lifnei HaChag,” Receive the face of your Holy Teacher before the Holiday of Shavout 2014, thanks for posting the Tolna Rebbe for us all 🙂

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The Tolna Rebbe Shlita 2013 /5773 on the Yahzeit of the Heilge Rebbe Dovid of Tolna his Alter alter Zeide, carrying the more than 200 year old tehilim which is an inheritance through the Grand Rebbe’s Zeide’s back to Dovid Tolna himself.

This was the Tehilim Dovid Tolna would davern with himself and would bring about salvation’s for the Yidden / Jewish people. There are many names and letters / Kvitlach in the sefer which show us the Chassidim of old devotion and commitment to the Rebbe and may his merit protect us. Below is pictured the new Shul in Jerusalem which shall continue the Tolna Heritage until…

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10 habits to 10 commandments to real inspired change!

lovePerfect #cheesecake before #Shavuot in less than 2 weeks…  

Learn from the nations and bring the The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens to 7 Habits of Highly Effective People up to the level of 10!!!

Check it out, the #soul will give us all #courage to change our worlds and beyond! Shavuot #inspired!

“10 HABITS OF TRULY EFFECTIVE YOUS” (&JEWS)! CLARIFIED IN 10 POINTS!<- Next class will be Sunday Night 8pm please G-d, for now review and renew is in order while the boys go #yamlyam!



Is the key to marriage and good relationships therapy nowadays? Check out a Therapist that is making a difference!

Excited by the new book – Mastering Relationships – The 4 elements of connecting with anyone. By Mordechai Weinberger LCSW (Author)

Fire. Water. Wind. Earth. Understand the four elements – and you will better understand others, and yourself. Master their secrets – and you will master your relationships.

Rav Chaim Vital, Rambam, the Gaon of Vilna, the Aruch Hashulchan and the Baal HaTanya are just a few of the many Torah Sages who discuss the four elements that compose all matter – including all of humanity: fire, wind, water and earth. These elements represent different traits that make up our personalities.

By better understanding these elements, and the way they play out in human behavior, we can better understand ourselves and the people around us. And by achieving that understanding, we can vastly improve our relationships.

Rabbi Mordechai Weinberger LCSW is a master therapist, acclaimed public speaker, and popular radio show host who has helped thousands of people build better, more satisfying, and happier lives. Using fascinating case studies, and a considerable dose of humor, Rabbi Weinberger shows us how to identify our own “elements” as well as those of others; how to capitalize on our traits so they lead to success and not disaster; how to balance our natures and complement our strengths, making them even more effective; and how to interpret people’s behavior so we can deal properly with them. He explains how a husband with a “fiery” temperament can understand his wife, whose nature is dominated by “wind.””A businessman characterized by the traits of “earth” will be afraid of risk; perhaps he needs to strengthen his attitude of “”water” in order to succeed.

Yes, it’s fun to take Rabbi Weinberger’s quizzes and figure out which traits dominate in your personality, and in that of your spouse, your child, your mother-in-law, your boss. And it’s fun to read about the various case studies, and see how people can understand, and misunderstand, each other. Indeed, this book is a lot of fun.

And it’s also life-changing. For the better. Much better.

Rabbi (Mr.) Mordechai Weinberger graduated Wurzweiler School for Social Work with honors, was designated to speak and graduation, and earned his NYC license in Social Work shortly thereafter. He had previously received advanced training and certification in the One Brain technique, and is also certified by both the National Guild of Hypnotists and the American Board of Hypnotists. Having a natural knack for understanding people and a broad grasp of emotional and cognitive issues, he expanded his scope of training and earned certifications in CBT, EFT, level 1 Graphology, and Traumatic Abuse from prominent institutions.

Mr. (Nister) Weinberger devotes his life to helping people overcome their personal challenges. He is an acclaimed speaker and master therapist, having treated over 1100 clients and helped over 3000 people through personal instruction. He has given over 15,000 therapy sessions for people of all ages, including children, adolescents, young adults and middle-aged persons. In his practice, he deals with various issues, including marriage, teens at risk, business consulting, confidence boosting, Improve learning capabilities, trauma, coping with loss, behavioral issues, depression, self esteem, panic attacks, social phobias and discover your inner talent.

27 thoughts on “Lets grow Together with Rabbi Mordechai Weinberger” on Jroot radio!

  1. This program is amazing!! i have never heard someone Answer so quick and right on the mark!!

    • I am following this website.waiting for the program to come out. i listen to it and then pass it on to all my friends. Last night was amazing listening to him do therapy on air. wow it was a mega hit.. thank you jroot for this program..

      chaim because you posted I posted!! we need to get this guy on camera. I would love to “see” him take the callers and address them. I am still wondering if it is really live and he is so good or its pre aranged?
  2. Mordechai Winberger May 20please Jroot get him on the internet i want to see it live!!!

    I really like Nisin. I also appreciate that Mordechai calls him reb nisin. he is a real smart person. all the other hosts call him nisin. NIsin YOU ROCK!

    • yes it is live

      and i will ask him if he want to do video

      last night was amazing. I cant believe how easy Mordechai dealt with the issues!! I agree with Yossi I want to see it live on video!!
  3. I like that the program has a balanced mix of adults and children calling in…

    Latest Class here 😀

    elipmusic midnightrabbi’s avatar Listen to Mordechai Weinberger May 20,  And below also on Shidduchim!
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    ->Click here for Rabbi Morderchai Weinberger’s website You have all you need to succeed!  Learn how to tap into your inner strength. Every person has what it takes to be a winner. Most of us are never taught how to take control of our abilities. Its simple once you know the steps.

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Posted from May 8, 2013 for May 2014

 speech positive midnightrabbi guideThis almost a Steven King horror story and if for some holy reason you don’t know who Steven King is, just imagine he’s the King of the Demons exposing all the horrors you can’t even imagine. What could really unsettle this “Husband, Wifey happy” goal of our book other than real disaster style stories which would really be a waste of all our time to write about. The key word is the correct speech or rather positive speech or for lack of and worse negative speech or let’s more nicely say not positive speech!


Our Husband had been away in London fundraising not so successfully for a worthy program for the youth and the culture shock on his return was a lot. The fancy life style of London people had left its mark plus the lack of sleep which kept our Husband somewhat disorientated. Our Wifey was eagerly awaiting our Husbands return with the young rabble excitedly hanging on to her dress. The private cab/taxi with our Husband more successful fundraising companion had ordered to bring them back from the airport had its comfort zone to cushion the change to dusty hot and holy Israel. As our Husband draws close tiredly back to his home in the holy new day of beautiful Jerusalem he leaves the driver with his card and a present of music that he’d been given in London which he was happy to have left there. Our Wifey stands at the entrance of the building smiling and waving as their cab/taxi pulls into the road. Our Husband notices his Wifey is wearing a new shirt which he comments to his companion in the Taxi “wow my Wifey looks like she put on weight maybe I should have never come back lol or maybe it’s just the new shirt”, his companion responds with a laugh and wishes him well and our Husband leaves the cab/taxi, our husband holding his bags and Wifey holding her babies unite.

After a while of unpacking our Husband turns to his Wifey and makes the BIG mistake of his marriage so far, and repeats what he said to his fundraising companion in the cab/taxi about Wifey’s new shirt. So let’s not get into this story of what happened after this improper speech from a Husband to a Wifey, but in short Wifey was devastated, broken, shattered, angry, embarrassed and beyond words hurt. Our Husband had in short transgressed one of the 10 commandments of marriage and called Wifey overweight or fat looking or worse frumpy. As much as our Husband tried to explain, back track, be nice, give presents, and beg forgiveness with cries for help, the damage was done. The real problem is this wasn’t an isolated incident as our well-spoken and honest Husband had the habit of making one too many mistakes with his speech. Like when Wifey was after her one of many babies, she really was exhausted and our thoughtful Husband decided to compliment her with how stunning she didn’t look. The words he used was to be exact “You look stunning”, but the problem was Wifey in her tiredness knew he meant “not stunning”. Anyhow, we could go on all day and night where our Husband made the wrong statement again and again, it’s better we save you the pain.

love windowsSo let’s understand rather what the Baal Shem Tov (appropriately the master of the good name) may his merit protect and bring shalom/peace to our entire Husbands Wifey happy, guide us in the right path to go on. Basically this kind and holy soul the B’sh’t taught us that the thoughts of our Husband effects our children’s behavior, the speech of our Husband effects our relationship with Wifey, and our Husband kind deeds influences the state of house and heritage. 

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Therefore, we see the importance of speech being positive, thought out, guided with kindness and common sense niceness to really make our Husband, Wifey happy. This is the deep secret of turning darkness into light, turning our BiG mistakes to BiG change towards encouragement, appreciation from a deep place, connecting with warmth and devotion, truth and consideration, soul and song, inspiration and love. May we all merit saying what we need to say in the right time, place and person always to bring a pleasing aroma with all our words, especially Husband, Wifey happy!

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#‎jewcrew‬ and ‪#‎struggle‬ with a ‪#‎koshersmartphone‬, just helped us make a finish on the 2nd chapter of ‪#‎talmud‬ Berochus / All the blessings ‪#‎ashreinu‬ brew …billy-got-skanked & mazel-tov<-

Tonight’s 2nd night-class of the summer @8pm!“To become one” – – Check out class 6 from 4th Session, the last of the 4 classes from 4th Session Midnightrabbi inspiresd “‪#‎Synergize‬” (habit 6) -> so good

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Good blessed month, the #paradise greets us #everyday Beyond beauty in Bet Shemesh, Israel <- And then we pray#hallel in one of our programs to thank G-d, but we still need your support for 13 in 2014 is now –