Family First Feature
Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis’s last legacy and lessons. Exclusive excerpt

By Rivki Silver

I'm Stuck
My mentor’s approach feels more hashkafically correct, but my therapist’s attitude seems more practical and helpful

By Faigy Peritzman

After the Great Parking Space Hunt begins the Empty Shopping Cart Search

By Rachel Newton

Family First Inbox
“I credit my ‘entitled’ childhood and G-d-given gifts with the ability to embrace the challenges and remain sane”

By Family First Readers

Family Tempo
If I’d never really liked my sister, could I still step up for her daughter?

By Bashie Lisker

A Better You
Unfortunately, teenagers and young adults may feel uncomfortable or self-conscious inquiring about acne treatments

By Family First Contributors

“You’re just a misanthrope,” he continued. “So it’s really not your fault.” He laughed

By Russy Tendler

Family First Serial
“You are not a young woman, but you do not rest. You scheme and arrange and move people around like pieces on a chessboard, here only to do your bidding”

By Leah Gebber

For the Record
An autodidact in the natural sciences, the Radzyner Rebbe was a linguist and proficient in engineering, medicine, and chemistry

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

From My Table
With same-amount ingredients in a recipe, cooking and dumping is so much easier!

By Chanie Nayman

Second Thoughts
So much for shibboleths like “democracy” and “voice of the people”

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman

There’s something so satisfying about salty-sweet flavors on the palate. Peanut butter, chocolate, and pretzels all come together in this yummy snack

By Naomi Ross

Ask Rabbi Greenwald
“Take the person you want to speak with out of the room rather than asking the other person to leave”

By Rabbi Zecharya Greenwald

This recipe is relatively easy to make and a great appetizer for Shabbos lunch. It looks pretty and tastes delicious, and is definitely a crowd-pleaser.

By Michal Belen