My stutter didn’t just turn up one day, like it does for some people after a traumatic event — it’s been with me for as long as I can remember

By Devorah Grant

Teen Feature
Join us as we meet teens from around the world who share the courageous steps they took on their personal journeys of spiritual growth

By Elky Pascal

Teen Serial
“Why is that a bad thing, Zeesy? I’m allowed to change. I’m a growing person. I’m a teenager. The whole point is changing, right? We can’t stay kids forever"

By Ariella Schiller

A Healthier You
Using the same joint to make the same, repetitive movement over and over again can cause an overuse injury

By Chaya Rosen

Take 2
I’m having a really hard time forgiving her, and I’m too embarrassed to talk to her about the conversation I overheard

By Mindy Rosenthal M.S., BCBA/LBA

Teen Diary Serial
Finally, I had an evaluation with a professional to see what was wrong with me. I did not enjoy it

By Matti Silverstein

Teen Fiction
Sori asked me to and I wouldn’t tell her no. Not for anything in the world

By Zissy Herbst

The Shulchan Aruch rules that meat may be eaten after milk during the same meal, without bentshing or even waiting any time in between

By Rabbi Doniel Neustadt

Words Unspoken
You may not have made my shidduch, but you gave me hope

By Anonymous

Family Reflections
Even during a crisis, we can feel calm

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

Touch Base
What's my place as a woman on Shavuos?

By Mrs. Batya Weinberg

Story Time
A person must know that wherever they are, and no matter what is happening, the force behind it all is Hashem

By Y. Bromberg

Jr. Serial
Now she’s annoyed at me. I hadn’t shown her I cared in the slightest, and I don’t know how to go back on what’s been

By Rochel Samet