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Right Intentions, Wrong Diagnosis

C. Rosenberg

Parents sometimes spend years treating a condition their child isn’t even suffering from. How to prevent a misdiagnosis — from finding the right evaluator to avoiding common pitfalls

 

Lessons for Life

Mishpacha Contributors

Though you’ve long forgotten why the Wars of the Roses began, there are some lessons that linger, some teachers who will never be forgotten

 

The Save Our School Committee

Gila Arnold

“Okay, ladies, we’re here to find eight preschool teachers within the next four days. Piece of cake! There must be thousands of girls just back from seminary”

 

Map the Starlight: Chapter 14

Leah Gebber

“Brother Francis, you forget that while you remain secluded in the priory, some of us must enter the godless world and bring it faith”

 

Grab the Reins: Chapter 21

Shoshana Schwartz

Yisroel kept his nose clean. If he didn’t break any rules, he figured he’d sail through his six months by staying under the radar

 

Facets: Chapter 5

Esther Kurtz

“You’re right, I’m going to make a friend, now stop talking about it before I cut off my nose to spite my chin”

 

Lifetakes: Making the Grade

Chanie Berg

A peripheral glance through my children’s arts and crafts reveals an alarming pattern; I’m lauding intelligence, success… just like my parents



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With All Due Respect
Rabbi Moshe Grylak The honor of every human being
What We Lost
Yonoson Rosenblum A long view, a larger perspective
Reprobate Return
Eytan Kobre Loyalty to the true and the morally upright
My Own Gentle Giant
Jacob L. Freedman Finn smirked. “Do whatever you want, Dr. Israel”
Individually United
Faigy Peritzman Two contradictions classify the Korban Pesach as a chok
Hearing Problems
Sarah Chana Radcliffe In fight mode, you may hear attacks never said
An Equal Focus
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles Remaining true to our most authentic feminine selves
The Marketer, Part I
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer “I’m late, my work is late, I come to meetings late”
Dear Neighbor and Friend
Words Unspoken I know you’ve been given challenging kids