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Day After the Diagnosis

Miriam A. Knoll, M.D.

A cancer diagnosis can be paralyzing for patients. One oncologist shares her perspective, and offers pointers on how to navigate the oncology maze

 

Linked for a Lifetime

C.B. Lieber

Four pairs of women who have held on to their friendships for more than half a century share the inner workings of their unique relationships

 

Turning Tides: Brief History

As told to Leah Gebber

I married yichus — and expectations. The world is a shtender and a gemara, and what more could you need or possibly want?

 

At a Loss

Rifka Junger

It made no logical sense that I would be losing so much money in one day. And it wasn’t just any day, it was Erev Shabbos

 

Windows: Guilty as Charged

I remember Jewish guilt back when I was a “normal” mother, each night as I looked down at each of my six sweetly slumbering children

 

Freefall: Chapter 30

Miriam Zakon

Moe arrives in England. He’s given mysterious orders to report to a room in London’s most elegant hotel. There, he meets Colonel Cohn, Harry’s father

 

House of Mirrors: Chapter 6

Rachael Lavon

Sarah tells Laylee she’s no longer in school because of an incident involving cannabis. Laylee’s father sends a big check for the shul with Sarah

 

Learning Curve: Chapter 23

Gila Arnold

Suri’s daughter tells her about a conversation she overheard at the clinic, in which mothers complained about the OT services. Suri tells Aviva about it

 

Lifetakes: Letting Go

I remember waiting on the driveway for Zevi’s playgroup van when he was three, and his graduation to real school buses when he was five. I miss those moments of fun, when we’d wait for the bus as a family. I miss last year’s quiet, early morning talks. Doesn’t he?



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