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Devoiry Braunstein
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Dreamscapes
Although the world of psychology has made huge strides, I was concerned that we, as kallah teachers, hadn’t yet caught up
Elisheva Appel
Dreamscapes
Their needs were broad, but she wasn’t daunted
Elisheva Appel
Adviceline
Because we’re choosing to raise our family slightly differently than my parents did theirs, they don’t accept our choices. And I don’t respect theirs.
Bassi Gruen
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It’s extremely awkward for me to write this question to a women’s magazine, but for various reasons, I can’t go for help, and the lack of real respect and deeper connection in my home bothers me terribly,
Bassi Gruen
Last Licks
I double it and freeze the extra to pull out for a quick and healthy breakfast.
Estee Kafra and Sarete Kaplan
Last Licks
Every time I see this column I think, I should really write about the London Broil Sala
Esther Ottensosser
Outlook
Large-scale mail-in voting provides an open invitation to vote fraud
Yonoson Rosenblum
Outlook
The message of “Shut up” is being directed at whites and blacks with unapproved thoughts
Yonoson Rosenblum
Moving Forward
“Your acceptance of your situation is very refreshing. We don’t always have to know the end"
Estie Samson
Moving Forward
"There aren’t so many people like me around here and I’m looking to make a new friend”
Estie Samson
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Ahuva didn’t have a problem with her mother. She was the problem. She had a handicap. She didn’t know how to handle people

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If I wondered how her husband felt toward our relationship, I shoved my worries aside. That was Ahuva’s concern, not mine

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Smile, my brain screamed. Your best friend is getting married!

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“I’m getting married,” Ahuva said simply. “I’m old enough to choose my friends”

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“There’s nothing wrong with you. I’ve been cruel to you by imposing a relationship on you. I can’t help it. This is how I am. All or nothing”

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Was it my imagination or did my mother look bewildered? There was nothing wrong with Ahuva. There was no reason my mother shouldn’t approve of our friendship

By Devoiry Braunstein