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Self Esteem; Self Confidence

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Being a Mommy
It’s eight o’clock in the morning. My husband leaves to take the kids to school. I am sitting on the couch nursing our three-week-old baby. Four hours later he returns and finds me in the same spot, doing the same thing. I have barely moved; I have not ac...
Five on Five—Bamidbar
How to tackle times of emotional or spiritual desolation.
My son came home from kindergarten with scratches on his neck. When I called the teacher to ask what happened, she explained that he did it to himself . . .
A Lesson from Queen Esther
They called her names. They wanted her to believe that the thing which made her different from them was terrible. They called her ugly. It would be a lie to say that the words didn’t hurt. Those words did have some power over her. But her mother whispered...
A deeper examination of the nature of humility and self-assertion reveals that not only are they not mutually exclusive qualities, but that indeed one cannot operate without the other.
Taking some ground meat out of the freezer to defrost, the prospect of the meatloaf that would eventually be served that evening just seemed to compound the ordinariness of her life...
Reflecting on the Good Within Us and Each Other
We were given two eyes for two very different purposes; our left eye, to look at ourselves critically, and our right to look at others with kindness...
Terror seized Sharon's heart as she imagined the damage that the bar could do if it accidentally connected with another child's head, perhaps even the swinger's own head. Sharon quickly called out to the mothers surrounding her...
Motti was in a real quandary, for he couldn't be Motti because Motti had the red string on his toe. But if he wasn't Motti, then, who indeed was he?
How can I share something I don’t have? How can I accept another if I don’t accept myself? How can I “love my fellow as myself” if I don’t love myself?
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