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When Tragedy Strikes at Our Hearts

Jews in Israel and around the world were wishing one another a peaceful shabbat and happy holiday when terror and tragedy shattered what should have been a time of joy. This weekend’s tragedy struck at the heart of our lives and identities as Jews and left us – individually and collectively – feeling shock and grief and struggling to understand why.

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How to Avoid Burnout at Work

Studies show that the key to avoiding burnout at work often comes down to identifying the parts of your job you love and making sure you have the opportunity to do those things for even a small percentage of your day.

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Talking To Your Kids About Hate

By Jacki Post Ashkin, MSW, LCSW-C
Having conversations about hate can be difficult for everyone. Remember to follow your child’s lead and pace. Listen to your child as they talk and ask questions.

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The Most Wonderful Time of The Year…NOT

By Shula Levin, LCSW-C
For people struggling with infertility, the holiday season’s focus on family can deepen feelings of hopelessness and frustration, highlighting what others have and they desperately want.

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