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Whipping Up Kosher

Chany Rosengarten

Many women perceive a need and sigh, wishing someone would meet it. And then there are those who go out and create solutions. Gittelle Steinfeld, inventor of a world of products designed to support a kosher kitchen, is one of them.

 

Tuning into Teens: Divorced Mothers Perfect their Parenting

Barbara Bensoussan

The teenage years are perhaps the most difficult stage for parents, but this challenge is magnified for single parents. Here, single mothers share their struggles and fears about raising teenage children, along with practical advice to get through the hard times — whatever your family dynamic

 

Turning Tides: Shades of GrayTurning Tides: Shades of Gray

Turning Tides: Shades of Gray

They say that a father is the first man in his daughter’s life. And if a father treats a daughter with cold cruelty instead of loving acceptance, it colors the rest of her life with shadowy fear.

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