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Chana Weisberg

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Chana Weisberg is the editor of TheJewishWoman.org. She lectures internationally on issues relating to women, relationships, meaning, self-esteem and the Jewish soul. She is the author of five popular books.
Dear Readers, Ever notice that some people bring out the best in you? You are more kind, caring and patient in their presence, and it’s even reflected in your conversations. Then there are others who bring out the worst in us. In their presence, our words...
Dear Readers, It’s your birthday. Your young children let you sleep in. Stealthily, they sneak downstairs to prepare a card, hand-drawn, with clashing colors of crayons. They find a crumpled piece of gift wrap for a beaded necklace that they crafted. Fina...
Dear Readers, I recently read an article about a successful entrepreneur. She is a busy, hands-on mother of three young children who also runs a prosperous business. Several employees work for her, and she is constantly involved with launching new project...
Meaningful Insights on the Parsha and Jewish Holidays
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Just as I would be falling into a deep sleep, I’d waken to the sound of crashing.
Dear Readers, You are holding your grandmother’s delicate tea cup when it slips from your fingers and crashes onto the hard floor, shattering into a hundred pieces. The laws of nature affirm that it cannot be made whole again. Sure, you can try to repair ...
Dear Readers, The age of 2 has notoriously been dubbed “The Terrible Twos” as toddlers begin to assert their independence. As if on cue, my sweet granddaughter has become adamant about doing things “all by herself.” One of her most popular refrains is “Se...
Dear Readers, Nature has a calming effect on us. Studies show people who take walks in nature, as opposed to urban settings, were less depressed and had better memory skills. City dwellers have a 20% higher risk of anxiety disorders and a 40% higher risk ...
Dear Readers, We recently visited my parents in Toronto. It was so special to catch up on the many small and big conversations that are hard to have from a distance. I am blessed to have amazingly devoted parents. But ever since we moved to New Jersey a f...
Dear Readers, Are you feeling drained, stressed, constantly exhausted and not appreciated? Are you feeling unfulfilled in your goals and dreams and overwhelmed? You may just need to learn how to set firmer boundaries in your life. Personal boundaries are ...
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