Family First Feature
Rebbetzin Devorah Kirshboim’s faith is a fusion of Breslov and Novardok

By Linda Herschel

Family First Inbox
"Whether it’s a hobby, a volunteer activity, or a new job, we need to keep growing. Which will minimize inappropriately turning to our adult children to have our needs met"

By Family First Readers

Family Tempo
This comment was a dagger to my heart. Boring? How could my own husband find me boring?

By Roizy Baum 

A Better You
Keeping our internal conversation loving is a gift and an obligation to ourselves

By Family First Contributors

No Fail
I had a moment of clarity. “I want to share the power of inner work with other frum women,” I said

By Fay Dworetsky

A stir-fry, for crying out loud. In recipe-developer-land, did no one let slip that a stir-fry is a combination food?

By Elisheva Appel

The girl can barely speak, the lump in her throat is so large. And she cries brokenly as she tells him that she’s reached a dead end

By Bassheva Kahn

I’m the only woman I know who even owns noise-canceling headphones. I got them as a gift. From my husband, of course

By Shaina King

Diary Serial
This is harder for me than for Baylee. She doesn’t have the same drive as me, the same burning urge to star

By Rena Wieder

Magazine Feature
Intrepid educators share today’s most pressing classroom challenges — and how they confront them

By Barbara Bensoussan

Follow Me
Deena felt blood rushing to her face. No, Miri. No! You didn’t just imply to the audience that I copy recipes. How could you?

By Esty Heller

The Current
Years of Western appeasement and Putin’s own imperialistic worldview made conflict inevitable

By Gedalia Guttentag

A triangle, just the shape of the tip of the iron — and it tells a different story

By Batya Zuckerman

The Current
The dedicated rebuilders of Jewish communities in Ukraine are facing the biggest challenge of their lives

By Eliezer Shulman