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Joan Zlotnick
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Joan Zlotnick
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Joan Zlotnick
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Joan Zlotnick
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Joan Zlotnick
Fiction Corner
For a fleeting moment, I thought I saw a glint of compunction in her eyes, but if I did, it was gone as soon as it came
Sara Pachter
Fiction Corner
“We’re going to be friends for always. We’ll stay in touch. I’ll be there at your wedding and you’ll be there at mine”
Aryeh Ehrlich
Kovna Rewrite
Stepping into the Moadon HaYehudi in Kaunas, Lithuania, feels like venturing up (down?) Penrose’s impossible staircase, stepping back in time while moving forward just the same. It’s been almost two years since we left, and we’re back as visiting lecturers.,Kovno Rewrite — Revisited,We’ve gone back in time in Lithuania
Esther Teichtal
Communities
As I sit with a group of men representing four decades of the yeshivah, they all have one thing in common: Scranton guy. How did the yeshivah create that glue?
Eytan Kobre
Communities
A historic dedication heralds new hope for Budapest’s Jews
Gershon Burstyn
10 Questions
Dr. Dinner is the director and primary physician at the Be Young Clinic in Ramat Beit Shemesh, where he practices anti-aging and functional medicine
Rachel Bachrach
10 Questions
Rabbi Jake Czuper, a Jewish educator and singer-songwriter/entertainer, recently released his third album. He’s based in Atlanta, Georgia
Rachel Bachrach
Friendship
Would you rather be part of a large chevreh or have one special best friend? Many teens have asked themselves this question
Devora Zheutlin, MA, CAS
Friendship
When faced with hard moments, remember the following: Many meaningful conversations are “charged” with discomfort
Devora Zheutlin, MA, CAS
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Had the situation been reversed, I know that my husband z”l would’ve taken even better care of me than I did of him

By Joan Zlotnick

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I think the reason she chose me to be her confidante is obvious: I’d been a caregiver. I’d been there. I would get it

By Joan Zlotnick

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Once again, though, my assumption that this was the worst thing you could ever do to a loved one proved false

By Joan Zlotnick

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After about a year, it became clear to me that my husband belonged in a day-care program, but, of course, this was not something he’d agree to — and I knew better than to suggest it

By Joan Zlotnick

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I know this sounds unbelievable. A doctor who, for a year, would advise me — a person he’d never met — over the phone about a patient he had never seen?

By Joan Zlotnick

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In these instances, my instinct to spare my children and grandchildren was outweighed by my desperation

By Joan Zlotnick