The conversations always start with "Do you have kids?"
Maybe my letter with inspire people to appreciate what they have.
As this column focuses on the impact women have made on Jewish life and history, we will be discussing the three female cadets who were murdred.
Being in a warm and welcoming community is so important.
For years now, I have disagreed with him and despised his every word and action.
Whenever we are together, I come home sad.
It seems as if all we are doing is copying the ways of other nations.
We have been made to feel socially isolated and only marginally important.
After struggling with depression for many years, I realized that my family was filled with toxic people.
I love them all, but having 10 grandchildren under the age of 10 means it gets really wild.
It takes only one click to reach an inappropriate website and be exposed to...
How could they have just sent him back with a warning?
Having a strong and positive relationship with your children is like an insurance policy.
Not having kids right now has not been a matter of choice for us.
The fighting is out of control and upsets my wife very much.
Our children started acting out in ways we didn't understand.
If you want to find happiness, find gratitude.
Life may be challenging, but the light of Torah and Yiddishkeit will shine in you.
The purposely look down and away if I try to smile in their direction.
We went for therapy many years ago and today people refer to us as a couple with a very good marriage.
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