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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, 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...
Dear Readers, You’ve taken a wrong turn. You’ve made a decision that you now recognize is going to cost you dearly. Is there any way to get back on track? Can you make up for the lost time and momentum? Is the path of return too tedious and too impossibly...
Dear Reader, Optimism and positivity. That’s the Torah’s approach to how we should view almost every circumstance. We try to see the glass as half-full, rather than half-empty. Even during trying times, we highlight what we have rather than what is lackin...
Dear Readers, One of the advantages of living in Southern New Jersey is the close proximity to several states along the Northeast Corridor. I’m just a few hours’ drive from so many vibrant cities. And recently, I discovered a hassle-free and relaxing way ...
Dear Readers, How are you enjoying Passover so far? Wherever you may be, I hope you are having a wonderful time. Passover is a festival of liberation. We became free people, no longer enslaved to our Egyptian masters. Being enslaved has two parts to it. T...
Dear Readers, This coming Tuesday is the 11th of Nissan, the anniversary of the birth of the Rebbe. Many years ago, the head of a Jewish organization came to the Rebbe shortly before Passover. “I have a proposal,” he told the Rebbe. “This year at Passover...
Dear Readers, As a parent, it’s your greatest moment of triumph. You’ve momentarily left the playroom. Your son begins to taunt his older sister. You’re about to rush in as referee to prevent the impending battle, when you pleasantly discover that your da...
Dear Readers, Last week, my granddaughter strung together her first couple of words. Yesterday, my grandson took his first step. These were special moments and extraordinary accomplishments on my grandchildren’s journey toward maturation. But these moment...
Dear Reader, It seems like I’m constantly reading about the new best “super” food. First, it was quinoa, followed by kale. Then, after stuffing my freezer with fresh fish, I read the warnings about mercury levels, and that I should never, ever buy farmed ...
Dear Readers, Miracles. Do you wish you’d see more? Ever wonder why G‑d doesn’t perform for you the split-the-sea variety? Ari Sacher doesn’t wonder. As a rocket scientist, he is not someone that you’d expect to talk about miracles, but he claims to see t...
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