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Rivka Nehorai


Don’t Dance In Front Of Your Coworkers

By On September 26, 2017

And other Yom Kippur tips for embracing our imperfect selves. … Read More


This Year, Eating Will Be My Life’s Work

By On September 12, 2017

From now on, I eat my bread washed down with gratitude.… Read More


Maybe Modern Loneliness Is A Good Thing

By On August 15, 2017

Loneliness is on the rise, at all levels, and perhaps for good reason. Maybe there is a way to capitalize on it. … Read More


The Overeducation Of Religious Youth

By On July 18, 2017

Is a lack of breathing room causing neurosis?… Read More

Long Read

The Unspoken Loneliness of College Life

By On June 20, 2017

College was the grand disappointment. It was the kidnapping of my inner self, an abrupt shaking of everything I held dear, a promise of salvation that was horribly forgotten.… Read More


The Day I Stopped Parenting

By On May 23, 2017

Taking parental self care to the next level. … Read More


What Chabad Got Right

By On May 9, 2017

I think we can all agree that one thing Chabad tradition got right was the establishment of healthy, spiritual habits. This one's my fave. … Read More


When We Fear The Community More Than We Fear God

By On April 26, 2017

"It’s for the children," they remind themselves piously. But the children, the children are out on the street.… Read More


Marie Kondo And Pesach Cleaning: The Ultimate Shidduch

By On March 28, 2017

The rush of the risk of disposing of something I might need- in the hopes that the universe will replenish what I want- opens me up, like the greatest chakra work, and… Read More


The Neverending Fear And Euphoria Of Risk-Taking

By On February 27, 2017

Because once the gun goes off, no one backs off. No one quits.… Read More

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