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BY Shoshana Krupp
July 23, 2013

Making the decision that your aging parent or loved one needs help is one of the most difficult decisions you will ever have, and it may even be met with resistance.  Whether it is family or an outside service that will provide the care, you are making a wise decision. So how do you recognize CONTINUE »

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BY Abe Novick
July 23, 2013

Here’s a hint for Hollywood if it’s looking for a real green hero. Look to Israel. If there is a group of people who know a little something about sustainability, about surviving more than one near apocalypse, you can find it there. I say this because at the movies, on TV, in books and even CONTINUE »

BY Chasida Teichman
July 18, 2013

When I present my profession as life coach, I am often asked what that means. By definition, coaching is an ongoing relationship between the professional and the client, which focuses on the client’s taking action toward the realization of their visions, goals or desires. Coaching uses a process of inquiry and personal discovery to build CONTINUE »

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BY Patti Neumann
July 18, 2013

Have you heard of Instagram? It is a photo-sharing site that now boasts more than 100 million users. Facebook recently bought it for $1 billion. Instagram touts itself as the app that helps you “capture and share the world’s moments.” And that’s not so far off; Instagram is an easy, fast and fun way to CONTINUE »

BY Rabbi Ilyse S. Kramer
July 18, 2013

This was my third funeral of a similar kind. The death of yet another young adult, Peter (Avniel) who did not simply “die,” but was pursued mercilessly by a ravaging disease that often goes unnamed at funerals and rips the heart and guts out of all who know it by name: mental illness. Depression, bipolar CONTINUE »