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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
Vacancies
The Vacancies writers fill in the holes behind the scenes
Family First Contributors
Vacancies
Those three women and their perfect stores, perfect lives, and a dance studio, it’s perfect, I can’t believe we didn’t think of it before!
Rochel Samet
The Insider
Is housing discrimination a hate crime?
David G. Greenfield
The Insider
Each time we were outraged, each time nothing happened
David G. Greenfield
Life Lab
The night before it began, my husband reminded me, “No talking tomorrow”
Esther Kurtz
Life Lab
Thanks, but ARE YOU OUT OF YOUR MIND EVEN ASKING ME?
Esther Kurtz
Family Matters
He always thought of everything, so I didn’t have to. Now it was my job, and it was daunting
Joan Zlotnick
Family Matters
At a particular stage of my husband’s illness, it became clear that the shul we were attending no longer met our needs
Joan Zlotnick
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Heavens, did the Alliance not send her someone who could speak a normal language?

By Leah Gebber

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Hannah lifts the stool and puts it down just to Sarah’s side. She opens the seat to see the music. Beethoven. Mozart. Wagner

By Leah Gebber

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Adler. She nods. This is a nice Jewish name. True, he wore no head covering, but Adlers are solid

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If she says it with enough enthusiasm, they may be able to pretend that they are off on a fairytale journey

By Leah Gebber

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“If this is some elaborate ruse to win my favor, do not bother with it. As I told Becca, I will not be a nurse”

By Leah Gebber

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She adds another aspect to her mourning — the fact that her husband feels as if he is not enough

By Leah Gebber