Family First Feature
Three women share how they cried out to Him… and felt His presence

By Tzippy Moses

Family First Inbox
“It would have been a great lesson in hakaras hatov for your children if you’d managed to write that note”

By Family First Readers

A Better You
When a healing retreat harms

By Family First Contributors

Family Tempo
My father is newly, blissfully remarried— and I can’t stand it

By Rachel Newton

On your Mark
The founder and director of the Tru Birth Center wants women to feel empowered by their natural birth experience

By Rivki Silver

What hasn’t faded with age is my memory of my grandmother wearing this hat during Ne’ilah year after year

By Beth Perkel

Family First Serial
And as she watched her children — no, her young men — she came to a decision. There was something she had to do. And it had to be done soon

By Miriam Zakon

Family First Serial
“Because obviously I’m totally incapable of doing any serious job on my own,” she muttered

By Gila Arnold

You have the starch and salad together in one, and now everyone will be happy.

By Menachem Goodman

Works for Me
Your boss knows he needs help and is willing to pay well for it, but that doesn’t mean he knows how to delegate

By Shaina Keren

He wasn’t sure what he had done today to annoy Libby, but it was very possible the answer was “breathing”

By Ariella Schiller

Put differently, true mesirus nefesh is not self-reduction; it is self-expansion, an opportunity to push oneself beyond the limits one assumes for oneself.

By Rabbi Yonah Sklare

Business Casual
LinkedIn is a powerful tool to grow your business, but it takes time and effort, and there are definite rules to being successful

By Sarah Massry

His compositions — youthful and earnest, sincere but not overly-intense — were perfectly suited to the young voices of a boys’ choir

By Riki Goldstein