Behind the Book
As humans, we have many different parts of our personalities. We also have weaknesses and wounds. But as Hashem’s people, we have an actual part of Him within us. That’s our A ...

By Riki Goldstein

We gain comfort when we realize His presence never left us

By Rebbetzin Shira Smiles

Shevy twisted the bag around her finger and inhaled. “I’m not dumb. I know something’s wrong. You’re hiding something about the Engels. What is it? Tell me, I can handle it”

By Esty Heller

And then it’s time for the most important, most integral part of Visiting Day: leaving camp grounds!

By Dini Stein

We should want to be moser nefesh and open about our identity

By Faigy Peritzman

Naomi sighed. This was ridiculous. She’d been married for 16 years. Why was she still worrying about what her sisters-in-law thought about her?

By Michal Marcus

Family First Feature
It’s tempting to bypass the distressing feelings and skip straight to declarations of emunah. But true emunah requires facing pain and ambivalence, and only then transcending them

By Sara Eisemann

Family Matters
I think the reason she chose me to be her confidante is obvious: I’d been a caregiver. I’d been there. I would get it

By Joan Zlotnick

The first real camp song I heard

By Riki Goldstein

Some delicious twists on the humble hummus

By Chavy Feldman

If you really want your simchah to stand out, make it personal: let it reflect your gratitude to Hashem and joy in the occasion.

By Yisroel Besser

Planning a chasunah should be done with a sense of gratitude, not a sense of entitlement.

By Mishpacha Contributors

Wedding standards are rising. Today, many families are opting for packages that won’t wipe them out

By C.S. Teitelbaum

“People have to learn to live within their means, I see people spend thousands and thousands of dollars. But the chasunah is only for seven or eight hours. And then what?”

By Yochonon Donn