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Chana Weisberg

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Chana Weisberg is the editor of She lectures internationally on issues relating to women, relationships, meaning, self-esteem and the Jewish soul. She is the author of five popular books.

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Dear readers, Several weeks ago, I received a memorable e‑mail. It was from someone who years ago had attended the same school as I. We were never particularly close, and I had completely lost touch with her. She had just read my most recent book and...
Dear reader, We are so excited to let you know that and jCreate have collaborated to produce Craft it Jewish, a creative magazine full of amazing, useful and educational crafting ideas just in time for the High Holiday season. Here's...
As women, wives and mothers, we tend to intuitively take care of everyone else—physically, emotionally and spiritually—while selflessly neglecting ourselves, or putting our needs on the bottom of our ever-growing to-do lists.
These guardrails are meant to prevent us from allowing our feelings of swollen self-esteem to degenerate into selfishness.
Dear readers, Have you ever been in a dangerous situation where you had a fight-or-flight reaction? Suddenly, some force beyond your logical mind takes over and gives you tremendous energy and strength to lead you to safety. I recently reviewed a...
Dear readers, Too many times over the last many weeks I felt like shouting, “Wake up, world! Can’t you see the difference between the good guys and the bad ones? Are you blind?!” Terror or peace. Darkness or light. Evil or goodness. Hate or love. The...
You wouldn’t think that something so small and so low down would actually have such an impact. But think again.
Dear reader, Is it just me, or did you notice how motherhood has this way of making you more emotional? And as the years pass and my children grow up and the grandchildren begin to come, it just deepens. A few weeks ago, at the beginning of Operation...
Jewish history is anything but tragic. It is a tale of hope, faith and optimism, of strength, morality and light triumphing despite the harshest circumstances.
Dear readers, How are you enjoying your journey? You say you’re not currently on a journey? Well, of course you are! We all are. Our lives are one long journey. This week’s Torah portion, Massei, means “journeys,” and is about the Jewish people journeying...
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