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Why My Chronic Illness Is A Blessing

By On January 1, 2018

How I learned to rewrite the script of what it means to have MS.… Read More

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Hostile Architecture

By On December 28, 2017

Is it acceptable to make benches uncomfortable to deter homeless people from sitting on them?… Read More

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There’s A Dibbuk In Me And He Won’t Leave Until You Hear His Apology

By On December 14, 2017

Please listen.… Read More

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The Back And Forth Dance Of My Daughter’s Battle With Mental Illness

By On October 9, 2017

The path to recovery from mental illness is not linear.… Read More

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Exit Only: My Secret To An Easy Fast

By On September 25, 2017

My first experience using a suppository for help fasting.… Read More

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The Orthodox Swingers I Call My Friends

By On August 21, 2017

At first it sounded exciting... but then I thought about it some more… Read More

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I Keep Falling In Love With Men Who Aren’t Jewish

By On July 24, 2017

And it's breaking my heart.… Read More

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When My Son Hits Me

By On January 9, 2017

A mother's poem about her son's mental illness which, at times, leads to aggressive episodes.… Read More

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The Boogeyman Of Belonging

By On November 14, 2016

A poem about the loneliness and invisibility of aging single women in the Jewish community, together with the vulnerability that comes with being on one's own.… Read More

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The Chassid, A Knight In Shining Armour

By On November 9, 2016

A disabled woman shares the impact compassion from others has in her life.… Read More

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