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Dare to Doodle

Leeba Leichtman

Regardless of your age, stage, or skill level, you can indulge in the time-honored pastime of doodling

 

Jolly Solly: Passport Pictures

R. Atkins

After supper, it was time for bed. Mommy was just about to take the little girl upstairs, when she stopped in shock

 

Jr. Tales: The Hidden Art

Rachel Stein

I’ll take that,” Mrs. Gerson declared, marching toward the pale-faced duo. Uh-oh, Avigayil and Shaindy thought. We’re doomed

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 48

Bracha Rosman

“The article said that the rabbi and his wife had children.” She looked deep into Idy’s eyes. “Two children… a girl and a boy”

 

Song of the Sea: Chapter 23

Rivka Streicher

I remember that grin, she was wearing it in my dream last night. She visits my dreams often, hale and healthy like nothing’s happened

 

Building Bridges, Building Roads

Ahuvah Sofer

Some tips and inspiring true stories from individuals just like you who found the strength and the means to break away from bad habits and grow

 

DBTalk: Module 3: Emotion Regulation, Part 2

Yael Dorfman and Bashi Levine, LPC, ACT

But then she followed it up with an encouraging thought: we can — and will — readjust that scale to weigh down the positive side!

 

DMCs: Rejected

Avigail Chaya Kirsch

“Avigail.” She paused. “Avigail, we’ve been speaking with the principals of the seminaries you applied to, and you’re not on the top of anyone’s list”

 

Been There, Done That

Sarah Einhorn

Below are some of my personal faves, all great choices for a Sunday outing with family or friends. Don’t live in the Tristate area? Contact me

 

Friendship: You Be the Judge

Devora Zheutlin, MA, CAS

What truly separates having an opinion from judging another person?

 

Fiction: To Tell or Not to Tell?

Leah Ellensburg

“Don’t tell a soul!” she whispered fiercely. “Or I’ll never speak to you again. And I’ll make sure no one else does either!”

 

Song of the Sea: Chapter 23

Rivka Streicher

I hadn’t looked back, just left our differences to fester so that we knew less and less of each other as the weeks went by

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Do You Know Where You’re Going?
Rabbi Moshe Grylak If Mrs. Esterhazy hadn’t gotten sick
Birthright Drops Reform
Yonoson Rosenblum The numbers tell the sad story
With Fresh Eyes
Eytan Kobre Members of an ever-tying people
Gift-Giving Guide
Yisroel Besser There’s a skill to giving a teacher a gift
Time for a Career Change
Jacob L. Freedman “How can a bochur even afford to smoke?”
Today I Am a (Learned? Committed?) Jewish Man
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman Are bar mitzvah celebrations good for the Jews?
Major in Mothering
Faigy Peritzman “How do you picture marriage? Discussing quantum theory?...
When Parents Disagree
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Connecting heart-to-heart when you don’t see eye-to-eye
En Route: Food for Thought
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz The bread we eat today also comes from heaven
The Twins: Part II
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer “Bead,” she says again, with a little smirk
Dear Acquaintance
Your Possible Friend at the Clinic Why do you make it harder for me — and for you?