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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.
Parshat Nasso
When Mistakes Can Be Good for You
Yesterday, I messed up. I was completely insensitive to someone I love. But here’s what happened afterwards…
Dear Readers, Tell me honestly, has this ever happened to you? You were at an upscale event and looked down at your feet only to notice that you were wearing two different shoes! You painstakingly chose your outfit, carefully pairing it with matching acce...
Parshat Bamidbar
Do You Like Standing Out or Fitting In?
Most of us like to express our individuality. And yet, when given autonomy, many of us feel a need to belong. How can we reconcile both these needs?
Dear Readers, Are you married? Do you remember the day that you “tied the knot” and made the biggest commitment of your life? I wonder if you remember any of the details of that special day, like how you wore your hair or makeup, or the exact style of you...
Parshat Bechukotai
What Every Relationship Needs
One of the worst things for a relationship is casual neglect. Here’s how to prevent a relationship from slipping into autopilot mode.
Dear Readers, A mission statement is a clear declaration of the aims and values of a company, organization or individual. Every successful business has one. Some mission statements are inspiring. They declare the company’s social consciousness to create p...
Parshat Emor
To Be or To Do—That Is the Question
Is your life cluttered with so much “doing”, that you can barely catch your breath to appreciate “being”? Then this is for you.
Parshat Acharei Mot
A Response to Personal Suffering
When Aaron experiences the greatest pain imaginable—the death of his two sons—he was silent. What did his silence mean? And how should we react to personal suffering?
Marriage means relinquishing yourself. Ironically, it also means discovering more about yourself than you ever could alone.
Parshat Tazriah-Metzorah
How to Break—Or Make—Someone
Words are empowering. Words encourage us to reach unbelievable goals. But words can also destroy. What will your words do?
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