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You, Me, and ADHD

Gila Arnold

When your spouse forgets to pick up the kids, can’t keep the house clean, and can’t carry on a conversation with you for more than two minutes, ADHD might be at play. How to live — and grow — with a spouse with ADHD.


The Restaurant Persuasion Equation

Sara Glaz

We’ve all heard about the gimmicks supermarkets use to get us to buy more — candy at the checkout, nosh at kid level, and the milk in the far-back corner of the store. But did you know restaurants are equally guilty of this money manipulation game? Tricks to watch out for.


When Illness is a Constant Companion

Azriela Jaffe

For Rochele, being sick for six months out of a year with some sort of virus or infection is normal. If her kids come home with a stomach bug, she’s almost guaranteed to get it. Being hospitalized during pregnancy is par for the course. What it’s like to live with chronic illness.

Never Despair
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Yonoson Rosenblum My first Sephardic minyan on Shabbos
No Questions Asked
Eytan Kobre I still don’t have a satisfying answer to this question
“Lachem” Times Ten
Rabbi Henoch Plotnik Perhaps we can add one more interpretation
Keeping Your Head and Bases Covered
Jacob L. Freedman “Take it off?! Wearing my kippah literally saved my life...
Money Speaks
Faigy Peritzman Approach eternal life with happiness and meticulousness
Preparing for Change
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Help your kids navigate change consciously and carefully
A Listening Ear
Mrs. Shani Mendlowitz Hear a message, not a sound