Magazine Feature
Three psychologists show how they use positive psychology to help people in pain find the silver lining in their suffering ...

By R.C. Steif

Magazine Feature
Despite their differences, Bnei Brak’s Sari Roth and Tel Aviv’s Zika Abzuk have a common goal: opening Israel’s high-tech ...

By Libi Astaire

Turning Tides
The ripple effect of two singles showing up at a Shabbos geared for families and married couples

By Leah Gebber

So many decisions — regular life ones overlapping with the Marfan management ones. Seminary or college, try another heart ...

By Shira Hart

Real Life
“Two free tickets to anywhere,” the El Al representative promised. It was incentive enough to be bumped from our flight ...

By D.B. Estrin

Free Fall
Abe insists that Moe and Harry drive back to New York with him. Annie is shocked and ecstatic when Moe turns up a ...

By Miriam Stark Zakon

Learning Curve
Suri’s conversation with Ezzie’s mother goes well. Yael feels like a third wheel with her partners. Aviva finds out that ...

By Gila Arnold

I always worried and wondered what sort of mother I’d be. I’m a little impatient — make that very. Multisyllabic words ...

By Esther Kurtz

Text Messages
Nothing can entirely compensate for a lack of profound grounding in Torah, and when that’s missing, even bright, well-meaning ...

By Eytan Kobre

Magazine Feature
Audio Torah software give the vision-impaired access to an entire library of seforim. But what about on Shabbos? Mishpacha ...

By Barbara Bensoussan

Jewish Geography
“When a terrorist kills a Jew, he knows that in Israeli jail his rights are very broad and conditions are better tha ...

By Ariel Ben Solomon

Over the past decade, Tu B’Av, known as the Yom Tov of shidduchim, has spurred multiple articles on the painful, heartr ...

By Rabbi Aryeh Z. Ginzberg