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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 six books. Her latest book, Shabbat Delights, is a two-volume series on the weekly Torah portion.
Dear Leaders, It is never too late to join our Be a Leader program! We have readers who are deciding to join now. Here’s one letter we just got in our inbox: I’m very interested in taking on this challenge! It feels a bit intimidating right now but I’m go...
Dear Reader, Thirty-five years ago, shortly after the passing of his life partner and soulmate, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson, and in her honor, the Rebbe asked that each of us celebrate our birthdays. Why is a birthday celebrated? The day you were bo...
Through the events preceding the Exodus we learn how to break free from our own negative habits and limiting beliefs.
Dear Leaders, This week we take a look at individuality, and the unique power of every person. We are not meant to all be the same! Each of us has a unique mission that only we can accomplish. Moreover, when we can recognize the specific talents and posit...
Dear Leaders, Each of us battles some emotional, spiritual or physical darkness. We face challenges, conflicts, and, at times, overwhelming circumstances. Though it takes hard work, we can fight our inner darkness. Here’s something that just came to our i...
Dear Leaders, Thank you for your feedback, we love hearing from you! From our inbox: Dear Chana and your team, Thank you very much for providing these study packets. This afternoon I had invited 10 women to my home to do the study packet. I was a bit nerv...
Rabbi Schusterman's young wife died suddenly at 36, leaving him with 11 children. His journey led him to a deeper exploration of Judaism's teachings in dealing with tragedy and finding comfort.
Yaakov, Yosef and Rachel teach us 3 different paradigms in helping someone reach their goals: the visionary, the integrationist and the self-esteem builder.
During her youth and while pursuing her career as a psychologist, Dr. Lana Tiersky was not interested in an observant lifestyle. That all changed when her children embarked on their own journeys of increased observance.
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