“My daughter is dating a guy but my husband and I have some reservations. Should we speak up?” “Our son never discusses his relationships with us. Is that normal?” “How financially secure does a young couple need to be before marriage?”
These questions and many more will be addressed on Wednesday, October 24, at 8:00 p.m. at a fascinating community symposium presented by YUConnects at Congregation B’nai Yeshurun in Teaneck. “When Children Date: The Complex Role of Parents” will highlight contemporary scenarios affecting family relationships. Panelists include Rabbi Yaakov Neuburger, Rosh Yeshiva, RIETS and rabbi of Congregation Beth Abraham; Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Weinberg, a rebbe at YU and mashpia at Congregation Beth Abraham; and Mrs. Mindy Eisenman, staff connector at YUConnects. These panelists will focus on common issues in a lively conversation moderated by Rabbi Binyamin Krohn, mashgiach ruchani at YU and rabbi of YI of Teaneck, and Dr. Efrat Sobolofsky, director of YUConnects.
Over 20 local shuls are participating in the event and publicizing the importance of addressing this relevant topic. Submit any symposium questions and kindly RSVP at [email protected] Free admission and walk-ins welcome.The evening is being sponsored by Gila and Dovid Weinstein.
YUConnects is a self-funded, nonprofit program housed at YU’s Center for the Jewish Future and open to the entire Jewish community. To learn more, please visit www.yuconnects.com or call 646-592-4259.