Family First Feature
Educator Shifra Miriam Erlich gives workshops, in which she trains parents to teach kids to bounce back from difficulties, and turn lemons into lemonade

By C.S. Teitelbaum

On your Mark
Morah Chaya’s videos about Torah, Yom Tov, and the alef-beis have amassed over 40,000 views and she plans to keep going

By Miriam Milstein

Medical Mysteries
For years, they said they were panic attacks. Then I discovered the truth

By Rachael Lavon

Family Diary
That night, Shifra called, frantic. Rina was freaking out, crying that she couldn’t go through with it

By Shani Leiman

Family Tempo
“People do change, Ta,” said Shulamis softly. “I’ve met Dizzy here and there at simchahs, he’s not the person you remember”

By Elisheva Appel

Family Living
Some of us are still stuck at home, and getting sick of staring at our four walls. How about a DIY paint job?

By Miriam Milstein and Sara Bonchek

Two weeks is such a long time. Two weeks is enough to plan an entire life

By Osnat Kay

Rocking Horse
It is her own fault. If she would have taken charge of her family, of her cleanliness, then none of this would be happening

By Leah Gebber

It should be possible to affirm that black lives matter, without supporting Black Lives Matter

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Story Time
"For many years I have been faithfully delivering the letters to you. I am just a messenger of the king”

By Y. Bromberg

The doctor’s words echo through my brain. Chronic. Illness. Lupus. Won’t ever go away

By Rochel Samet

The goal of a Torah discussion is to reach one resolution

By Faigy Peritzman

Words Unspoken
“You’re absolutely obligated to call the mother back and tell her your impression,” he informed me

By Anonymous

The Current
With an end to Masa grants, the price tag for a year in seminary or yeshivah just jumped by thousands of dollars

By Gedalia Guttentag