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the Places You'll Go
When cabin fever hits, some of the most surprising excursions aren’t too far from your own backyard
Zivia Reischer
the Places You'll Go
When cabin fever hits, some of the most surprising excursions aren’t too far from your own backyard
Riki Goldstein
Magazine Feature
Chess master Josh Bowman has a thousand yeshivah kids from around the country in his Chess Chevra, where they’re learning to think clearly while playing the world’s oldest game
Sandy Eller
Magazine Feature
Rabbi Armo Kuessous is the first stop and last word in chinuch today
Barbara Bensoussan
Double Take
I’m your mother, and I need help badly. Why won’t you let your daughter pitch in?
Rochel Samet
Double Take
My son was donating money to everyone except his needy sister
Rochel Samet
Year in Review
5780 was probably the toughest year in decades in the US, but it was also a year full of heroes
Yochonon Donn
Year in Review
The pandemic hasn’t so much marked the dawning of a new age as accelerated pre-existing trends
Gedalia Guttentag
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
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I’d only met you once. How was I supposed to know what you liked?

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Is this teaching healthy communication? What about when they get into an inevitable disagreement?

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“Thank you for teaching me these lessons and helping me grow into a mature adult”

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You’d mistaken my anxiety-driven silence and avoidance for snobbery

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“Mommy, I love public school, but why do I feel better and more accepted in a school like this?”

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I was traumatized; not by the birth itself, but at the belief that I’d failed: as a student, as a woman, as a mother

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