Family First Feature
Is the new weight loss drug a panacea — or a peril?

By Esther Shaindy Leshkowitz

Family First Inbox
“We’d appreciate you not rubbing your good fortune in our faces while we keep hoping for a new government that will grant us Sundays”

By Family First Readers

Family Tempo
“Narcissist.” An ugly, nasty word, almost an onomatopoeia, hissing of insidious things

By Mimi Ashkenazi

A Better You
Practice positive self-talk: Thoughts like, I can’t do this or this is too hard for me lead to feelings of overwhelm

By Family First Contributors

No Fail
I was in way over my head, yet I kept letting others down

By Fay Dworetsky

He just ambled into the woods at the end of our street, oblivious to all the eyes following his every move

By  Rebecca (Feldbaum) Steier

If you’re a mom, you blink at your own peril

By Hadassa Swerds

Family First Serial
How does she do it? Scratching out words and numbers and talking to him at the same time?

By Leah Gebber

Slice of challah + some matbucha + slice of eggplant + a drizzle of techinah…BOOM! Changed your life in one bite

By Leah Hamaoui

Magazine Feature
Yumi and Moishy Friedman bring heimish flavor to their Australian enterprise

By David Damen

Washington Wrap
In which areas might the Democrats and Republicans cooperate, and where we can expect them to clash?

By Omri Nahmias

“This is what people are struggling with now and it gives chizuk to others to read about it. To pretend these issues don’t exist does a disservice to everyone”

By Mishpacha Readers

The Moment
“If they really want [students] to learn about ethics, they should bring in people from various different backgrounds to teach them what their values are”

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

For the Record
He was one of the most obscure personalities in the history of modern Torah philanthropy

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer