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Life Is a Ball Game

America’s favorite pastime is going to a ball game to watch their favorite team play against the visiting team. My favorites happen to be the Yankees. In their uniforms, ...
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What Will You Name Your Baby?

After you’ve honored your parents and your in-laws by naming your first two sons and daughters after them, you get to choose a name for your next baby. Although ...
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Heartwarming Stories of Helping Others

Museum of Tolerance Eric Moed recently graduated from the Pratt Institute School of Architecture in New York. That’s when he learned that his family was saved during WWII by ...
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Carpool Etiquette

Our children are our most precious possessions. With a new school year upon us, one of the things we have to think about is carpooling, because we are entrusting ...
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My Story: A Community of Mitzvot

No good story should ever go untold; this is mine: a  few months before a trip to Florida, I was contemplating my purpose in life—wondering what goals I should ...
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Beyond the Gift Wrap

It’s not ideal to have a fight with your wife while on an exotic Mexican vacation, but the alignment of the stars occasionally makes some spats inevitable. I can’t ...
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Relationship Theory, Connecting with Your Teenager

Life is full of stories about teenagers having difficulty making it through adolescence. However, parenting teens—even teens who are at risk— doesn’t have to be such a daunting task ...
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Talk To Your Teens About Drugs

When raising a teenager, it’s natural to feel that there is little we can do to change his or her behavior. Furthermore, we often think that the child’s friends ...
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Intellect vs Intuition

The world is not always as it seems. Sometimes my intellect tells me to do one thing while my intuition tells me to do another. Which do I listen ...
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Is Your Child a Victim of Cyber Bullying?

Bullying has been present in schools forever. Back in the day, bullies stole lunch money and sometimes shoved a victim against or into his locker. Today there’s cyber bullying ...