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Raising a Resilient Child

Sarah Chana Radcliffe M. Ed., C. Psych.

Life isn’t easy. From infancy through childhood, what can parents do to help their kids bounce back from adversity and face challenges with resilience?

 

Gone Again Tatty

Faigy Markowitz

Some husbands travel for business often, leaving their wives home alone to handle everything. To make it work, everyone has to be on board

 

My First Stroller

Yehudis Frank

My husband got a brachah from the rav that if we bought a stroller, the baby would follow. But everything from shopping for the stroller to storing it brought me pain

 

Screen to Screen

Esther Kurtz

There’s a certain honesty, a candidness when you haven’t met someone. Almost like telling your story to a stranger on a plane. That’s what Lea and I were: best virtual friends

 

Freefall: Chapter 55

Miriam Zakon

The colonel’s lips were a straight, unsmiling line. “Not German, Freed. They need someone who speaks Yiddish”

 

Learning Curve: Chapter 48

Gila Arnold

Baby — hungry — Oh. That lingering feeling of wellbeing from her brief sleep dissipated, as something hard and cold clunked into place in her brain

 

Grab the Reins: Chapter 7

Shoshana Schwartz

“Don’t go trying to sell me love. Keep your ohavim. I don’t love any of you, you don’t love me. There’s simply no such thing”

 

Lifetakes: Angles of Light

Esty Heller

In the mystical halo that surrounds him, the spirit of Shabbos is a tangible thing. His warmth swathes the crowd in holiness. It stretches like the sun’s rays, all the way to the ezras nashim

 

Board Games in the Boardroom

C. Rosenberg

Dice, cards, and game boards in the conference room? According to gaming experts, corporate games aren’t only fun — they can significantly impact the bottom line

 

Intense Reactions to Intensive Care

Shifra Ernest

If a loved one is in intensive care, there’s a strong chance he’ll end up suffering from ICU psychosis. What causes it, why does it often go unrecognized, and how are doctors trying to prevent it?

 

Seeing the Light

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Are you baffled by lightbulbs? With so many different types, just staring at row upon row of bulbs in the stores can leave your head spinning. Here, we shed some light on the topic

 

SisterSchmooze: Weathering the Storm

Marcia Stark Meth / Emmy Leah Stark Zitter / Miriam Stark Zakon

We Sisters have experienced our share of storms — of the literal, figurative, and spiritual varieties. Let us regale you with our turbulent tales

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What’s in a Name?
Rabbi Moshe Grylak Why did Hashem have to count the Jewish People?
Savoring the Memories
Yonoson Rosenblum Understanding the Six Day War can wake us up
What’s at Steak
Eytan Kobre Controversies over conversion and kashrus
Substance and Style
Yisroel Besser Rabbi Wolpin‘s message packaged for a new generation
Crazed or Dazed?
Jacob L. Freedman “It’s too early to say ‘schizophrenia,’ but…”
How Can I Retain Customers?
Mishpacha Contributors Are e-mail blasts and mailings a waste of time?
Peace and Quiet
Rabbi Ron Yitzchak Eisenman Despite the tension, Tzvi’s kids saw him keep the peace
Counting On You
Faigy Peritzman No soul is lost, no matter how distant
Keep Your Marriage Strong
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Nurture your marriage and it will nurture you
Journey of a Lifetime
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz How our travels through the midbar reflect our lives
Dear Auntie
Words Unspoken You’re out of town, but close to my heart