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Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
I didn’t know what else to say. Poor Asher! How would I feel if I was suddenly cut off from Yoel and Yom Tov and Tulli and all my friends?
Shifra Glick
Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
So, can it really be…? No! It seems I was wrong to suspect Shuki. I don’t want to risk suspecting Asher wrongly too
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Therapy Toolbox
How to move forward when yesterday’s trauma is haunting your today
Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT
Therapy Toolbox
Creating a safe space is the first step in healing trauma
Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT
Make It Work
Meet five women who’ve found careers that keep them on their feet and in action
Miriam Milstein
Make It Work
Four women who got their dream career down to a science
Miriam Milstein
Open Mic
One’s political leaning has often gone far, far beyond mere political preference, with the assumption that every frum person must share the same politics
Avraham Daniels
Open Mic
"Why should you have to leave camp to go elsewhere, when camp in and of itself is mei’ein Olam Haba?"
Rabbi Leibel Karmel
Teen Fiction
I told Chayala about my huge fear of failing tests, Chayala started telling me about her social anxiety
Devorah Grant
Teen Fiction
I knew exactly what my mother meant by “organizing and cleaning” my closet for Pesach. I would need a miracle to please her
Roizy Baum
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