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In the Shadow of Corona
“The birth was smooth, the babies are healthy. My mother wasn’t here, but she got me a neis”
Rivka Streicher
In the Shadow of Corona
Being brave can make a person break. Being real gives us the strength to carry on
Chassia Thau
Speak Up
"As long as everyone’s chilled and happy (and you take along good food J) you can have fun anywhere!"
Elky Pascal
Off the Couch
“You maligned us! You broke our confidentiality! You terrible, terrible man!”  
Jacob L. Freedman MD
Off the Couch
I was a bit overwhelmed myself — it’s not every day you see a person so candidly willing to admit his pain or weakness
Jacob L. Freedman MD
The Current: Trump Strikes Back
The Secret Service has a storied past of triumph and tragedy
Yaakov Lipszyc
The Current: Trump Strikes Back
Shaken, defiant, and now professing unity, Donald Trump takes center stage again
Gedalia Guttentag
The Conversation Continues
Readers debate boundaries, business, and balance
Family First Readers
The Conversation Continues
Does a therapist’s age matter? Should frum young adults be venturing into the field of mental health before they have life experience? Readers weigh in on Sarah Rivkah Kohn’s column.
Family First Readers
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The kids are playing outside and they’ve got equipment — lots of it. Bikes, scooters, helmets, bats, balls of every shape and size, knee and elbow pads, mitts…. Here are some easy tips to organize all that sports gear. In the Garage Step 1: Sort your gear. Go through all the equipment and break it down

By Esti Werblowsky