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Pesach’s Dusty Windows (Part Four)

2 Iyyar 5774 – May 1, 2014
Yet the windows of Pesach are crucial. Through them we can see our bitter exile.

Family Breakdown (Part Two)

28 Av 5772 – August 15, 2012
The response to my columns regarding family breakdowns has been explosive.

Anguish That Does Not Go Away: The Singles Problem (Part One)

19 Kislev 5772 – December 15, 2011
Dear Rebbetzin Jungreis, Thank you for taking the time to read this letter, one of many you surely receive each week about shidduchim. I hope to act as a representative of all the sad and lonely unmarried men and women in our society. I am hoping that if you share my message in whole or in part with our community, it will have an effect – even if it’s minute.

Where Did You Travel On Rosh Hashanah?

5 Heshvan 5772 – November 2, 2011
On the first day of this past Rosh Hashanah, I visited Milwaukee while my wife, Layala, traveled back to the shul of her youth in Brooklyn. When we met up later in the day for Yom Tov lunch at our Harrisburg, Pennsylvania home, we had a number of experiences to share with each other.

When Children Fall Through The Cracks

7 Shevat 5771 – January 12, 2011
Dear Rebbetzin Jungreis, As a regular follower of your columns, I am aware you are writing about your recent journeys that took you throughout the world on a mission to bring Torah to our people. I truly appreciate the importance of your work and have personally met many people who have become Jewishly committed after hearing you speak or reading your book. Nevertheless, may I be so presumptuous as to ask you to interrupt your series and respond to my letter, which is critically urgent?

Be Careful What You Wish For

8 Kislev 5770 – November 25, 2009
Well spouses have often discovered that their friends and relatives, despite their closeness to the situation, often don't realize the tremendous emotional impact living with chronic illness has on the family. With the best intentions, suggestions, ideas and criticism are offered, based on the non-experience of those with healthy families. Even when the good intentioned get a taste of the difficulties, it is sometimes not enough for them to then identify and understand what the family of the chronically ill must face on a constant basis.

The Holocaust Grandchild

12 Iyyar 5769 – May 6, 2009
My mother's recent yahrzeit after Pesach, coupled with Yom HaZikaron and recent Yom Tovim and Shabbatot spent with my children and grandchildren, has cemented my belief that I was robbed of a major life asset - my grandparents. While I knew that having them was a life-enhancing relationship, I didn't truly comprehend it until I became one.

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