Malkie Schulman

Malkie Schulman

Malkie Schulman is a freelance writer based in Lakewood, N.J.  She is a regular contributor to Mishpacha magazine and frequently published in various other national and international publications .
Malkie is noted for her insightful interviews as well as her ability to write about subjects that touch a deep chord with readers who otherwise feel isolated in their particular life circumstances. Malkie’s articles cover many topics – from business to parenting to mental and physical health.
Stranger in a Strange Land
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Stranger in a Strange Land
Tuesday, April 16, 2024
 I knew there was no future for me as a Jew or as a woman in Iran
Family First Feature
Tuesday, August 01, 2023
Are clinical trials a viable option when no other treatment is bringing results? When her vision suddenly deteriorated, one woman had to make that decision
Family Tempo
Tuesday, May 30, 2023
“The refugees covered every inch of space. Sleeping quarters were any place they could find that was long enough to lie down…"
Battle Cry
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
“Mi l’Hashem elai!” In every generation, there are those who respond and take a stand for Hashem
On your Mark
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Caren Redlich started Senior Direct LLC., a senior care business 
The Gift of Forgiveness
Thursday, September 09, 2021
“Mr. Goldberg, I’m sorry, but you broke our agreement. We cannot have you back anymore”
Family First Feature
Tuesday, July 06, 2021
Women are returning to the classroom decades after leaving it, and this time, the learning is leading them to the ultimate goal: a rich relationship with their Creator and themsel ...
Under 18 Minutes
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
A single moment can make all the difference between chometz and matzah, between success and failure. They raced the clock — and beat it!
Family First Feature
Wednesday, September 02, 2020
Kids need unconditional love —not boundary-less love
Every Soul a World
Tuesday, May 05, 2020
He constantly chose to focus on the positive. Yes, it had been terrible, but it was over. He had survived and married and built a family and he was so grateful. And relieved.