Family First Feature
Lead your child in the shift from insensitive to empathetic. Expert mechanchim offer us the principles using four common scenarios

By Rochel Samet

Family First Feature
After years of R&D, Lea Pavel shares her Shabbos makeup protocol

By Lea Pavel

Family Diary
"I know I have to bring her to meet my parents, but I also know what’s going to happen. My mother’s going to find all kinds of things wrong with her!”

By Shani Leiman

I'm Stuck
My special son’s teachers say he should move to a group home — but I want him in mine

By Faigy Peritzman

It had been 24 years of what-ifs

By Devorie Kreiman

“Who’s going to make sure the milk isn’t spoiled, Ema?” my kids pondered. But the kids’ breakfast was the least of my problems

By Chaia Frishman

Rocking Horse
They cover their heads and they wear tzitizis and they grow their beards and they bring out their instruments to play on Shabbos

By Leah Gebber

Dream On
This was her 31st year teaching, but her heart still quickened at the sight of this new group of young women, and the knowledge of what this year held in store for each of them

By Gila Arnold

"Right before I headed down the exit ramp, Mr. and Mrs. New Couple walked out the door"

By Dovid Nulman

Text Messages
A particularly noxious form of falsehood, known in contemporary parlance as gaslighting

By Eytan Kobre

But I realized, too, that if I walk around with balled fists, I will not be able to grasp anything new either

By Libby Rubinstein

Match Quest
Recovery is the road no one wants to travel — and the same one they say they’d never trade

By Sara Eisemann

New York strip steaks are slices of French roast, the best roast out there. Here they’re dredged in a flavorful batter, deep-fried, and served medium rare. Need I say more?

By Rivky Kleiman

The Beat
When we landed in Israel, I joined the foreign minister, and together we walked off the plane

By Mishpacha Staff