Family First Feature
How to break the negative cycle and remove blame from our relationships

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Personal Accounts
Can we achieve lasting change? Can we revamp the times in our day and week that don’t look the way we want them to? Five women tackle their toughest hours

By Miriam Milstein

Friendship Fix
Can I get past this? Should I?

By Shoshana Itzkowitz

Family Matters
He always thought of everything, so I didn’t have to. Now it was my job, and it was daunting

By Joan Zlotnick

Family Tempo
This was the admixture of qualities that, jumbled all together, made him into someone of magnificence

By Perel Rosen

Year after year, as this scene repeated itself, a piece of my heart would crack. And then, lonely despite the small hands in mine, I’d start the short walk home

By Ariella Schiller

But today and yesterday, five years after burying them, in my nightly half-sleep, those dreams came to me, taunting, “What will be with you, Bracha?”

By Bracha Reis

“We can’t help them. We can offer help. It’s up to them if they want to accept it"

By Esty Heller

Jr. Feature
we explore a few of the confessions we make and learn a little more about what we are saying to Hashem, our King, who is kind and merciful and helps us to do teshuvah

By Devorah Grant

Double Dance
She heard her mother mention her name, and stiffened. Why were her parents talking about her? Rikki leaned closer to the door and stopped breathing, trying to hear through the den ...

By Bracha Rosman

Out of Step
“Oh, Bella. Because, uh, hello, seminary is like in three years and then shidduchim, and it’s never too early to learn how to make our hair and future wigs look ah-mazing”

By Ariella Schiller

Jolly Solly
The airport in Peru was on strike. No flights were taking off or landing. Mr. Faigelbaum might not make it home in time for Yom Kippur!

By R. Atkins

50 Reasons
In today’s entry, I’m going to add a bunch of things to my list that fall under the “Only in Israel” category

By Ariella Stern

Story Time
The king stopped eating. “You want me to get involved? And what happens if this sorcerer curses me for trying to help you?”

By Y. Bromberg