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Staying Friends When Parenting Styles Differ

By Rachael Abrams, LCSW-C The sheer volume of parenting advice available in 2018 is nothing short of overwhelming.  Seeking out guidance on a particular subject can result in countless blogs, forums, and websites, many of which contradict each other. Early on in my parenting journey, my wise pediatrician advised me to implement the “go with …

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Millennials and Gen-Xers! Your greatest resource may not be your cellphone, it may be each other

By Serena Shapero At some point in our lives, we’ve all felt judged or disconnected from one another. In having eye-opening conversations with Millennials and Gen-Xers, as a Millennial myself, I see that there is ample wisdom we have to offer each other — especially if we can take off our headphones for 5 minutes …

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Finding a Sense of Belonging: Immigrants’ Reflections

By Galina Borodkina This past year the Baltimore Jewish community celebrated the 25th anniversary of Operation Exodus with “The Journey, Together,” a week of wonderful cultural events highlighting contributions to our community by immigrants from the Former Soviet Union.  The events were planned by the Russian-speaking community, with The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore …

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A “Big” Impact

January is National Mentoring Month. By Karen Schloss, Match Support Coordinator This month we celebrate mentors and the positive effects they can have on young lives, and highlight the need for more mentors.  Did you know that children who have mentors do better in school, have improved self-esteem and social skills, and are less likely …

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