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Latest Relationships
Friendship Fix
Shoshana Itzkowitz
Family Tempo
Yocheved Zerfman
Family First Feature
Family First Contributors
Double Take
Rochel Samet
Family Reflections
Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Works for Me
I’ve gotten small raises over the years, but what I really want is a $10K–$20K raise
Shaina Keren
2.0 Feature
  Four professionals in high-stress fields share some strategies they’ve used to combat workplace exhaustion
Chanie Spira
Family Living
Make a master list that you’ll hold on to so you can modify and reuse it next time you travel
Esti Werblowsky
Family First Feature
When there seem to be endless tasks and never enough time to accomplish it all, you can feel overwhelmed. But increasing your productivity is possible.  Here’s how
Shifra Elkaim
A Few Minutes With
"Iron Dome was something that people thought was impossible"
Gedalia Guttentag
Tech Wire
The vaccine may be here and there are flickers of back-to-normal in some places, but the popularity of contactless payment is likely here to stay
Esther Kurtz
Family Tempo
Oh, I know all about looking odd; I’m the oddly chubby daughter of a fit and fabulous mother
Chana Goodman
Fiction
Would caring for Shimmy tear our family apart?
Mindy Gluckstein
Feature Videos
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Yisroel Besser
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Yisroel Besser
The Day After
An expert panel featuring Rabbi Menachem Karmel, Rabbi Zvi Bender and Rabbi Ari Schonfeld, moderated by Rabbi Yossi Bensoussan WATCH / LISTEN TO THE PANEL HERE
Mishpacha Contributors
The Day After
An expert panel featuring Rabbi David Ozeri, Dr. Eli Shapiro, and Mrs. Aliza Feder, moderated by Mr. Alex Paskie WATCH / LISTEN TO THE PANEL HERE
Mishpacha Contributors
Flashback
 “Watching the water go down the drain”
Devora Cohen
Flashback
Becoming the person I already am
Esther Kurtz
Outlook
When Jews no longer care for their people
Yonoson Rosenblum
Inbox
"How do we combat the pervasive use of technology by our young ones? Introduce them to the joys of creativity"
Mishpacha Readers
Feature Videos
Jump into the back of Shuki's taxi for a tour of the Holy City ... because no one knows Jerusalem like a taxi driver. 
Ariella Schiller
Feature Videos
Rav Leuchter unbound on Elul with Rav Wolbe, corona and lasting change
Gedalia Guttentag
Podcast: The Rose Report
Israel has had ups and downs with all US presidents, including with Trump. For now, Biden has kept one promise to Israel – that he would keep any disagreements between him and Israel private. As long as he keeps his word, we should reciprocate
Binyamin Rose
Podcast: The Rose Report
What we know, what we don't know, and what could happen next in the Israel election saga
Binyamin Rose
Club Jr.
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Jr. Contributors
Club Jr.
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Jr. Contributors
Game On!
You can pull out an old game from the basement — but why not play one of these creative, curated games for even more fun?
Chanie Nayman
Game On!
Afternoons and Sundays can be long. Quarantine can be endless. Here are some relatively clean, safe, and inexpensive ideas to keep your little people busy for a while
Chanie Nayman
For the Record
A different legend draws curious tourists to the ancient shul’s attic: it is said to host the remains of the Maharal’s golem
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Magazine Feature
A secret diary. A fearless Nazi hunter. An unknown Jewish grandson. Robert Scott Kellner finally honors his grandfather’s deathbed wish
Rachel Ginsberg
On Site
Watch: Follow Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz on a virtual tour around the sites at Caesarea!
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Feature Videos
Follow Rabbi Schwartz around Tzipori and hear the amazing stories from the time of the mishna and gemara
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Parshah
Wherever there’s conflict, that’s Gehinnom
Faigy Peritzman
Parshah
If only we saw ourselves as agents of Hashem, we’d act differently
Faigy Peritzman
Knowing and Growing
If avodas Hashem were our business, we would do our best to make it flourish
Rabbi Reuven Leuchter
The Moment
"They cried! And that makes all the difference”
Mishpacha Staff
Feature Videos
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Yochonon Donn
Feature Videos
WATCH! Eyes that Saw Angels...in their own words
Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Double Take
Her daughter's being punished for her at-risk sister
Rochel Samet
Impressions
Families had been decimated. So whom do you socialize with? Neighbors and fellow mispallelim filled the slot
Rabbi Mayer Weinberger
Fiction
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Gila Arnold
Fiction
Tamar's life felt all wrong. Did the Sorting Sheitel make a mistake?
Gila Arnold
EndNote
Osniel Rozen is a wedding singer, entertainer, and music aficionado who currently runs OR Media
Riki Goldstein
EndNote
Two days after the album’s release, Schnitzler received a call from a couple who wanted to thank him
Riki Goldstein
Magazine Feature
Can thousands of Breslovers fuse spirituality with safety in the heart of Ukraine?
Ben Horodenker
Podcast: Mars & Venus Leave Egypt
Would you prefer to be the one taking the Jews out of Egypt...or Egypt out of the Jews?
Miriam Kosman
Incredible Lab
Watch Yochanan Ghoori's homemade tornado!
Yochanan Ghoori
Incredible Lab
Use colored Chanukah oil and some spinning power to create your own tornado vortex
Yochanan Ghoori
Personal Accounts
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Mishpacha Contributors
Magazine Feature
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Yisroel Besser
Magazine Feature
In the heart of Tel Aviv, Rav Mordechai Auerbach leads a community of baalei teshuvah out of a chassidic shul
Yisrael A. Groweiss
The Moment
Late at night, after the mitzvah tantz was over, the streets of Ramat Vizhnitz in Haifa came alive
Mishpacha Staff
The Current
Lacking Bibi’s star quality, what does tech millionaire Naftali Bennett bring to one of the most demanding jobs on earth?  
Eliezer Shulman and Gedalia Guttentag
Metro & Beyond
With less than two weeks left, Dem candidates jostle for mayoral nod
Yochonon Donn
Hostable
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Shevy Shanik
From My Table
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Chanie Nayman
On Site
Watch: Follow Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz on a virtual tour around the sites at Caesarea!
Rabbi Ephraim Schwartz
Feature Videos
This is where Avraham Avinu eulogized Sarah Imeinu with the timeless words we sing every Shabbos
Gedalia Guttentag
Family First Feature
Insightful women over 65 share their reflections on aging gracefully — and how to find happiness at all ages and stages
Riki Goldstein
Spirit and Sparks
 A rope of hope before we tumble into mourning
Baila Gitty Vorhand
Magazine Feature
Mishpacha traveled to the Mexican border to put a human face on the crisis playing out just 500 feet from the US
Yochonon Donn
Magazine Feature
A young architect transforms a Johannesburg shul into a haven of light, warmth and connection
Eliana Cline
Medical Mysteries
We can cultivate an attitude of gratitude   There’s no limit to how much we want. We’re never permanently satiated. One delicious meal is wonderful, but of course we get hungry again. One beautiful new outfit is marvelous, but it can’t be our last! Children, teens, and adult are always looking for their next “fix” —
Bracha Poliakoff
Know This
I was stunned, shaken. This couldn’t be happening to me! Was I going to lose all my hair?
Rivka Roll Teitelbaum
More Relationships
Family First Feature
What’s it like to build a relationship with a sibling significantly older or younger than you — one you never shared a childhood with at all?
Musia Slavin
Match Quest
The fear of divorce is misplaced. The real fear is that of an unhealthy marriage
Sara Eisemann
Family First Feature
How to know if you’re in a psychologically safe environment — and what you can do about it if you’re not
Alexandra Fleksher and Meira Spivak
Family First Feature
Four families built through adoption give us a glimpse into their inner world
Elisheva Luger
LifeTakes
Forget my pity party on the couch in snood and slinky skirt, I have a reunion to attend
Tzipora Kahan
Double Take
"When she asked for a raise for one of the young graphic designers on the team, I realized I had to set her straight"
Rochel Samet