Family First Feature
Mrs. Rachel Zlotowitz was a model of emunah and generosity, able to find the good in every situation and every individual 

By Sandy Eller

By the Numbers
Parental support: readers share their takes

By Family First Readers

Two Cents
When it comes to peeves, we don’t have a pet, we have a whole zoo

By Michali Naiman and Chana Fishman

Family First Inbox
“To literally go on and on about women and girls and “horror” stories did absolutely nothing to help the situation”

By Family First Readers

Family Tempo
We’d always been best friends — until I learned one secret too many

By Esty Heller

A Better You
When we choose to become students instead of soldiers, our eating issues become our teachers

By Family First Contributors

 I struggle to hold back the tears. Tears for all the things she can never have again, do again

By Elana Sotil

Although I never met Zaida, I now feel his presence in my life

By Suzie Steinberg

Teen Diary Serial
“I don’t like it when people decide to do their ‘chesed for the day’ by being nice to a giyores”

By Chaya Rosen

“How do I know this? I was that girl. My mother always wanted me to be perfect, in a way that she defined as perfect”

By Mishpacha Readers

The Moment
“What can I tell the Ribbono shel Olam?” he wondered

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

For the Record
And so the goral continued, clearly indicating each and every unknown fighter

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

The song “Od Yosef Chai” addresses the pain of children who are excluded

By Riki Goldstein

“At Melaveh Malkah itself, I stick to the zemiros, which were specially written to start the week on the right note”

By Riki Goldstein