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Brushstrokes of the Spirit

C. Brosh

Her striking works of art are recognized across the globe, yet her inspiration comes from within. Naama (Kitov) Nothmann embraces her artistic talents and directs them to bring her closer to her creator.

 

When Mom and Dad Can’t Live Alone

Rachel Bachrach

Few realities are more daunting than parents’ inability to care for themselves. Devoted children want to offer the best possible arrangement —but often don’t know what would be ideal. Here, a candid look at the pros and cons of the three most common eldercare set-ups

 

Public Speaking Made Easy (Really)

Libi Astaire

It’s many people’s number one fear — and no, it’s not the fear of losing your job, or even going to the dentist. It’s the terror of speaking in public. But this fear can be overcome, and you can even enjoy the experience.

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