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Is there such a thing as being “too kind” and helpful according to Judaism?

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We’ve been invited to a sponsored kiddush. I’ve never been to one, what is the proper etiquette? Do we make a donation to the sponsoring couple, to the synagogue that is hosting? Thank you in advance.

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This question is URGENT: My parents are concerned with my swimming, so they want me to join the swim team this summer. It is mixed swimming, so women are going to be there, and I am a boy, so I do not feel comfortable going. What is your personal opinion, and halachic opinion on this? Again...an answer is urgently needed!

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I have found out that my husband had a very promiscuous past, he slept with 40 women, made sex tapes, and went to special massage parlous. He and I are greatly in love and when I get upset he talks lovingly and says he is sorry and tries to comfort But the fact and the images that keep running like a reel in my head and leaving me in a state of anger and betrayal won’t seem to go away. Should I leave him? Forgive him? I do not feel like I want to be intimate with him when he has done this act with so many other women. Could you please help and give some sort of advice or wisdom Am I in the wrong for bringing it up time again?

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My mother is coming for a visit soon. She is anti-orthodox and does not dress tznius. At first this didn’t bother me, but as my girls are getting older, I think it would be a bad influence for them to see their grandmother dressed in this manner. They are at an age in which they will notice what she wears and want to imitate her, but they are still too young to understand or have this explained to them. I kindly asked my mother to dress tznius around her granddaughters. She then lost her temper and screamed about how disrespectful I am to demand that of her and that I should be ashamed of myself. My mother is already embarrassed by the fact that I became orthodox. She thinks I joined a cult and that I’m brainwashing her grandchildren. It’s been 12 years now and she still has not forgiven me for choosing this path.