Family Reflections
Your child’s brain for new behaviors,

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Magazine Feature
Elul is a time for introspection, self-examination, and renewed commitments. A new approach, Min¬¬dful Self-Compassion, can bring ...

By C. Rosenberg

Magazine Feature
After a break of many years, you’re suddenly blessed with another baby. Welcome to the “split personality” life of a mo ...

By Riki Goldstein

Magazine Feature
More Devotion,Overwhelmed? Thankfully, simplifying your way to success in both your physical goals and your ruchniyus aspiratio ...

By Yael Wiesner

Land of the free, home of the brave. As my options in Israel narrowed and died, America, the enjoyable summer setting, ...

By Shira Hart

Real Life
It was a heady feeling. No longer the tall, enigmatic figure hovering on the fringes, I was now an irrefutable part ...

By A. Asaraf

No Jewish woman is ever a stranger to another. There are some experiences that are universal unifiers, like pain and jo ...

By Zivia Reischer

Connect Two
“The anxiety and resentment have disappeared,” she says

By D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer

Free Fall
Abe follows Annie’s lead in saying Tehillim for Moe, whose fate is unknown. Hours later, she receives a telegram from M ...

By Miriam Stark Zakon

Point of View
Why broken resolutions shouldn’t keep us down

By Rabbi Moshe Grylak zt"l

Pointing the finger back at yourself

By Rabbi Efrem Goldberg

Magazine Feature
The staggering number of recent suicides among the Orthodox has pushed Dr. Michael Bunzel to create a safe environment for ...

By Rachel Ginsberg

Jewish Geography
Facts and figures on the new $38 billion military aid agreement between the US and Israel

By Binyamin Rose

I wasn’t excited about the prospect of going gluten-free, but it was less frightening than the prospect of chronic pain ...

By C. Saphir