What the Rebbe Did After His Son Choked on a Marble

What the Rebbe Did After His Son Choked on a Marble

You can read this post or watch me reading it in the video below… Many years ago, the young son of the great Slonimer Rebbe, the Netivot Shalom, swallowed a marble. The Rebbe, fearing for the boy’s life, rushed with his son in his arms to the hospital. The doctor on call saw that the […]

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Scientists Reveal the Impact of a Mother’s Love (3-Minute Mommy Peptalk)

Scientists Reveal the Impact of a Mother’s Love (3-Minute Mommy Peptalk)

Do you ever ask yourself at the end of a long mothering day what you actually accomplished? Dr. Shlomit Mizrachi, an expert on brain and behavior from the Technion, demonstrates the dramatic impact a mother’s love has on our children’s brains and lives.

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The Greatest Gift G-d Gave Me is ADHD (30-Second Inspirational Video)

The Greatest Gift G-d Gave Me is ADHD (30-Second Inspirational Video)

Rabbi Kobi and Racheli Dvir of Mitzpe Ramon have 8 children, all of whom have ADHD. Their son, David, now 24, was severely hyperactive as a child. He could not sit in class and even though he was extremely intelligent, he did not learn how to read well until he was in 8th grade. Today, […]

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The Viral Story about Rabbi Steinman’s Toffee

The Viral Story about Rabbi Steinman’s Toffee

This story with its surprising punchline has taken Israeli whatsapp groups by storm. I understand why! I’ve translated it here to English A young man in Bnei Brak, unfortunately, left Judaism and got engaged to a non-Jewish woman. The young man’s secular cousin, with whom he was living, got angry and very upset, but he […]

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The Marriage Secret of a Chassidic Husband and his Secular Wife (4-Minute Mommy Peptalk)

The Marriage Secret of a Chassidic Husband and his Secular Wife (4-Minute Mommy Peptalk)

Amit Katz, a Breslover Chassid, and his secular wife, Dana, share the secret of their happy marriage.

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I Was Abused, But My Children Won’t Be by Anonymous

I Was Abused, But My Children Won’t Be by Anonymous

Everyone’s journey is different. Mine started with a difficult childhood, raised by physically abusive parents with a very rocky marriage. Then came aliya when I was a teenager, more emotional abuse at home, depression, and anorexia for good measure. After working with a great therapist for several years I got married and had children. I […]

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