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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, As I write this column, my thoughts are on our upcoming trip to visit my children and grandchildren in Chicago for my youngest grandson’s upsherin, the traditional first haircut of a little boy when he turns 3. They say that grandchildren gi...
Dear Readers, The older I become, the faster the seasons seem to revolve, passing by at an almost dizzying pace. In the spring, the flowering trees brighten our world with their vivid primary colors. They make me think of bright-eyed children, enveloped i...
Dear Readers, Every year, just before the onset of winter, I read dire warnings about the upcoming flu season. This year is supposed to be a particularly dreadful one, which makes the aches and pains accompanying the flu all the more ominous. But no worri...
Dear Readers, Has a friend ever approached you to share a worry or issue that weighs heavily on her heart? Have you ever responded by assuring her to “look at the bright side” or “if you think that’s bad, let me tell you what happened to my relative . . ....
Dear Readers, I’ve heard the expression that you are what you eat, but do you ever feel that you are what you wear? Often, our choice of clothing reflects the image we want to project to the world. That’s why so many advice columns offer suggestions on wh...
Dear Readers, Here’s an experiment to try the next time you meet someone—it could be an annoying telemarketer over the phone or a neighbor in the local grocery store. As he or she mechanically and politely utters his greeting of “Hi, how are you?” instead...
One Yom Kippur, Avner sent guards to the synagogue, ordering the Ramban to appear before him. In his palace, before the eyes of his former teacher and master, Avner slaughtered a pig, roasted it and ate it on this holiest of fast days.
Dear Readers, I was speaking to a friend whose child had been sick with a life-threatening illness. I asked her about her faith. Did she have questions? Was she angry at G‑d? She told me that as she was going through her ordeal, she didn’t have time to th...
Dear Readers, Happy Chanukah! A friend of mine is going through a tough time. She’s facing family issues with her children, and her financial situation has taken a precarious slide. She’s really down; some days, she has a hard time just getting out of bed...
What Are Your Priorities?
Here's why an inflexible list of goals or priorities that doesn’t accommodate change, leaves you lacking.
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