Steve’s mother died when he was a child and his stepmother was hyper-critical and constantly berated him. Steve felt he had to pull himself up by his bootstraps and worked his way through college.  He received no financial help from his father. Steve went to law school and was a junior lawyer in a large firm working his way toward partnership.

Steve’s feelings of inferiority and inadequacy, left over from his childhood, never left him, but he found  some relief by boasting of his career successes. He was also a name-dropper and associated with prominent people in order to feel important.

Read more: Steve and Linda: Career Success is Not Enough

Shut Up and

Stay Married



February 9, 2014

You will learn to:

  • Build your self esteem
  • Have empathy for your spouse
  • Be in Love Again
  • Focus on the good
  • Not respond in anger
  • Stop taking pot shots at your spouse
  • Speak in intimate way
  • Revive your marriage
  • Communicate Effectively

Spaces are limited

Attend as a couple or on your own

Couples work is preferred

Seminar Leader:
Rabbi Yisroel Roll, LCPC

Motivational Speaker
Marriage Therapist
Self Esteem Expert