Family Reflections
It takes two to maintain irresponsibility

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Family First Feature
Dr. Alexandra Friedman, a chassidish mother of ten in Monsey, graduated top of her class while never losing sight of what mattered most

By Rivki Silver

Family First Feature
Our readers have shared the tips, advice, and wisdom they wish they’d known when they were newly married

By Family First Readers

Family First Inbox
"I find it offensive and untrue to suggest that the self-sacrifice and growth of baalei teshuvah is an escape from suffering"

By Family First Readers

Freeze Frame
You don’t need to be a photographer or a writer to take on the role of Memory Keeper

By Russy Tendler

Family Diary
"If you think there’s something I could change that would help me to get married, I really want to hear it”

By Shani Leiman

Behind the Book
"Baalei teshuvah and geirim are hypersensitive to hypocrisy. If you’re going to work with them, be sure your actions and your mouth are on the same page"

By Riki Goldstein

Family Tempo
I’d never claimed I could cook. How’d I become a famous foodie?

By Rikki Ehrlich

From My Table

By Chanie Nayman

The Moment
"Some people, even when they’re meant to talk about someone else, they end up talking about themselves. With Abba, it was the opposite"

By Mishpacha Staff


By Sina Mizrahi

Double Take
Why were we sisters still stuck in a dilapidated bungalow?

By Rochel Samet


By Shevy Shanik

Light Years Away
Just don’t let anyone come in don’t let anyone come in don’t let anyone come in, Gedalya silently prays

By Ruti Kepler