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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 Reader, Do you hear yourself thinking: “Who am I to object? There are others who are far more (fill in the blank: learned, courageous, community-minded, well-connected, etc.). Who am I to voice my protest? Besides, even if I do say something, this is...
Dear Readers, Why is it that just as we are about to reach a long, sought-after goal, we falter in those final moments? Here’s one scenario: You are about to enter a meeting to clinch this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. You’ve researched all the relevant...
Rational decisions are based on outcomes, but having children is “an epistemically transformative experience.”
Dear Readers, “Mommy! Mommy!” The frantic voice of a crying toddler could be heard in the large supermarket. “Mommy! Where are you?” His cries were becoming louder and more distressed. At the tender sound of the word “Mommy,” my back tensed and my heart b...
Dear Readers, Years ago, I panicked when I was invited to a remote meeting. Not being technically inclined, I worried that I would make some really dumb mistake before this geek. I tried to schedule our meeting after 4:15 PM, so that I could get some help...
Dear Readers, “Fifteen days left!” That was a note on the fridge of a hard-working teacher, counting down till the end of her school year. My children, too, are doing a similar countdown. How often do we will away time? Caught in a traffic jam, we fume ab...
Dear Readers, I learned a new word recently: “mansplaining.” Wikipedia defines it as: “a portmanteau of the words man and explaining; to explain something to someone, typically a man to woman, in a manner regarded as condescending or patronizing.” When a ...
Dear Readers, Years ago, when I was in school, there was no uniform policy. Any long-sleeved, white blouse with any navy mid-length skirt could be worn. We expressed our individuality through the particular style blouse or skirt that we chose. In schools ...
Dear Readers, How do you view humanity? Are people born innately good or essentially evil? Do we have a basically good nature that is corrupted by society or a basically bad nature that is kept in check by society? It’s a fundamental question that has bee...
Dear Readers, Imagine that it’s the end of an especially trying week. You feel depleted emotionally, and physically drained. You bump into a particularly difficult individual—an acquaintance, colleague, neighbor—someone who has a knack of rubbing you in a...
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