The Secret Diary of a Jewish Housewife

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Being a Jewish housewife isn't all bagels and borscht. There's a much deeper, sometimes darker, and often laugh-out-loud funny side to Jewish female life that's uncovered in The Secret Diary of a Jewish Housewife. This is a book for spiritual seekers, original thinkers, and all those women who also grapple with life's big questions, like: Why did God make teenagers? How can I be happy and productive, when life is so stressful? Why does my husband think his comments are amusing? What does it take to be a 'good enough' Jewish mother? Can there truly be a spiritual dimension to cleaning my bathroom? Does God still love me on those days when I've forgotten how to love myself? This book gives the reader a profound glimpse into the more secret, and sometimes more spiritual, side of orthodox Jewish life. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT 'THE SECRET DIARY' ​"Raw, funny, and thought-provoking in a way that WON'T make you gag and roll your eyes. This book is a stand-out winner in its genre." - Dassie Dahan, author of 'Jews: Stuff You Always Wanted to Know But Didn't Know Who to Ask.' "The Secret Diary of a Jewish Housewife is a powerful book, and a true gift to the soul." - Mary Mandel, Children's Health Activist. "This entertaining book is full of deep insights, and also teaches the reader how to connect their life back to the Creator. It's a great, important read." - Yardena Slater, founder of www.holyhealthiness.com. "Rivka Levy is the orthodox Jewish world's answer to Bridget Jones - a deep, humorous and realistic depiction of frum Jewish life." Jewish Book Reviewshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 224 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 13mm | 291g
  • Matronita Press
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 9657739136
  • 9789657739136
  • 758,275

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"Rivka Levy is the Jewish world's answer to Bridget Jones - deep, humorous and a realistic portrayal of frum Jewish life." - Jewish Book Reviewshow more