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Dena Schusterman

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Dena Schusterman is a founder of Chabad Intown, the Intown Jewish Preschool and the Intown Hebrew School. Dena writes about parenting and applied Torah and chassidic thought, and teaches women’s classes. Dena and her husband, Rabbi Eliyahu Schusterman, are native Californians living in Atlanta together with their children.
Life is like a ride downstream, and we are all on a journey together. Family, friends, strangers.
G-d hardwired us to see our lives as mundane and contained within the so-called laws of nature, so that we are compelled to search Him out and find purpose, even where it seems there is none, within our personal life journey.
The lightbulb went on, and it was blinding. For the first time, I had an inkling into my inability to express helplessness, which fueled my desire to armor up.
When we function with consciousness, we are able to pause and formulate an appropriate response using our G‑d-given free choice.
Did you know that there are no outright jokes about a rebbetzin? Are rebbetzins taboo?
Every child has his or her own way, their personal journey. The role of an educator is to figure out how to travel alongside children as they discover the world around them.
To an outsider, another person’s success often looks easy, as if it were the mere luck of the draw. But a closer look reveals a clear goal, together with tremendous amounts of faith, strength, courage and hard work—a life of complicated decisions that res...
People constantly ask me about what happened, and how I reacted when I saw it.
There is a lot of pressure, from within and from without, to be the perfect mother, or an excellent mother, when being even just a good mom seems elusive and confounding.
How do I manage as the mother of a big family? You might think I ignore the little things, keep my composure, remain calm, overlook the small infractions, and always “let it go.” How else can a large family function?
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