Making Dinnertime Family Time

As families spend less time eating dinner together, Oprah Radio host Rabbi Shmuley Boteach says it's important for parents to reintroduce the idea of eating together as a family. "It shows your kids that you want to spend time with them, that you like to laugh and talk with them, and it creates an intimate bond with them like nothing else," Rabbi Shmuley says. "It's where you debrief and talk about your day and where the family comes to relax, eat and laugh together after a hectic day at work and school."

Rabbi Shmuley shares ideas on how to make dinnertime a special time for your family.