We rolled it off our tongues: “Twenty-twenty.” Distant and foreign sounding and a million miles away

By Rivka Streicher

Family First Feature
As elderly parents age, adult children usually become increasingly involved in their parents’ care. A sensitive look at a challenging situation

By Kayla Markowitz

Family First Feature
Life coach Helen Abelesz created a five-week program to help moms transform their morning rush into a calm, cheerful, relationship-building time

By Helen Abelesz

I dare me
I apologize constantly. Can I stop?

By Elisheva Appel

When she married him, she didn't realize his twin was part of the package

By Rochel Samet

Moving Forward
“I won’t be happy wherever we move. So you make the decision, and at least you’ll be happy”

By Estie Samson

No one could possibly be living like this. Everyone else has more time, more money, more help — or all three

By Penina Steinbruch

Rocking Horse
If she says it with enough enthusiasm, they may be able to pretend that they are off on a fairytale journey

By Leah Gebber

Global View
Election season: it’s an unfolding drama with abundant surprises

By Gershon Burstyn

All I Ask
“You have a really nice little place here,” said Lulu. He’d been here for a few days already, uninvited, but quite welcome

By Ruti Kepler

The mitzvah of honoring one’s parents connects to both types of mitzvos

By Faigy Peritzman

Unskilled and young workers are most likely to be hurt by a minimum wage increase

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Connect Two
“I never realized how much satisfaction could come from a relationship”

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

5 to 9
"If we don’t constantly seek to improve ourselves, we won’t increase our 'value'"

By Moe Mernick