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Long-Distance Love

Michal Eisikowitz

Twenty-first-century technology has shrunken the global village, and today it’s easier than ever to stay connected. The experts – Jewish daughters, mothers, and grandmothers – share the many options available.

 

Dread that Workday

C.B. Gavant

Few of us love work. But for some, the workday is sheer torture. Family First explores professional burnout.

 

Just Part of the Solution

Leah Gebber

Rena believes there’s a natural solution for every trouble in the world. Then her son has a problem that won’t respond to her solutions.

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