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Rivka Nehorai

Essay

The Night Nurse Saved My Life

By On December 6, 2016

And other postpartum meditations. … Read More

Essay

How To Rebuild After Electing A Golden Calf

By On November 23, 2016

Our spiritual work post-Trump. … Read More

Essay

Mother Artists: Don’t Work From Home

By On August 2, 2016

You, mama, will be You more than you’ve ever been You in your life.… Read More

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To The Random Dude Who Congratulated Me On My Pregnancy

By On July 5, 2016

I resist the urge to grab him by his arms and shake him. Instead, straddling life and death, I am patient.… Read More

Essay

Let’s Get Real About the Art / Life Balance

By On June 21, 2016

Art gives us life, but it is not our life. … Read More

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Is The Modern Day Husband Too Needy?

By On June 7, 2016

With the contemporary lack of village communal support, has the modern day husband become too needy for his wife to handle? … Read More

Essay

Why I Was Terrified Under the Chuppah

By On May 24, 2016

No one had prepared me for the possibility that I might feel this way. I mean, this was supposed to be the happiest day of my life. And I didn't want… Read More

Essay

How We Tell Our Stories By The Clothes We Wear

By On May 10, 2016

Everything we do tells a story of our continued exploration, our current allegiances, and our philosophical adherence.… Read More

Essay

Why I’m Addicted To Nesting

By On April 13, 2016

Isn’t that what nesting is? A physical manifestation of a promise? A way of convincing ourselves that this time will be different? And it delivered.… Read More

Poem

My Husband Left Me For Israel

By On March 31, 2016

Elad leaves his pregnant wife home alone with two kids as he gallivants around Israel. But it's ok with her, really. Really, it is. … Read More

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