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Yocheved Sidof

Essay

Every Child Is (Not) Special Needs

By On March 21, 2018

A piece of my mind-- and heart. … Read More

Essay

When You Ask Me How I Am, I Want to Say This

By On February 21, 2018

Let's skip the niceties. … Read More

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Jewish Entrepreneurship: A Man’s World?

By On February 7, 2018

Do Jewish women entrepreneurs need a different kind of support?… Read More

Essay

Pluralism: Why It Just Doesn’t Do It For Me

By On January 10, 2018

What might happen if instead of seeing any particular political stance, affiliation or agenda, we saw a Jew? A person? A soul?… Read More

Essay

Why I Cry

By On November 29, 2017

Talking about my tears. … Read More

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To My Grieving Friend Simi

By On November 15, 2017

A letter to my special friend. … Read More

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Pregnant And Ambivalent

By On November 1, 2017

(Please, hold the "b'sha'ah tova!" for now). … Read More

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Is There A Safe Way To Complain About The Orthodox?

By On October 17, 2017

The price we pay when we look the other way.… Read More

Poem

Keeping Up With The Schneersons

By On June 27, 2017

It's time to get it done.… Read More

Essay

When Technology Enters The Orthodox Bedroom

By On May 16, 2017

We fumble with the balance between tradition and innovation. Who will win?… Read More

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