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Know This
Selective mutism is a form of social anxiety. It’s not the same as being shy
Mindel Kassorla
Know This
A landlord-tenant relationship is a bit strange because you’re essentially sharing the same house
Sara Bonchek
Musings
Slowly, my fear of a diagnosis turned into a burning need for one
Aliza Radin
Musings
Really, have you ever seen anything as endearing in your life?
Esty Heller
Solve Our Image Problem
What — if anything — can be done to repair the damage? And what role do we play in the dynamic?
Mishpacha Staff
Solve Our Image Problem
"The primary reason we should be behaving in a certain way, in whatever situation, is because it’s the right way to do things"
Alexandra Fleksher
Care to Join
Somehow, between labor and delivery, I’d learned that Nava is extremely left-wing secular. Now I commented, “Whoa, it must be really hard to work here in a snowstorm”
Leah Greene
Care to Join
I checked the time. By now, my husband should have taken off. I dialed his number anyway. Of course, his phone was off
Leah Greene
LifeLines
If you ever read any book about love languages, my mother’s picture should be on the opening of the chapter on gift giving
Mattie Weinberg
LifeLines
Fighting for our baby’s every breath, we gained just as much as we gave
C. Saphir
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Tears spring to my eyes. What kind of bar mitzvah will I have? I turn away, trying to hide my reaction to the judge’s words

By Tovy Mann

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Ima looks upset. “He said,” she whispers, “that he’s willing to trade. He will get his son and we can keep his daughter.”

By Tovy Mann

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“Meir!” Abba’s voice shatters my concentration. I blink and look around in confusion. “Meir,” he whispers, “It’s your turn to speak. Go to the stand.”

By Tovy Mann