Neshamas Seek Support In Community

This week our writers looked to each other for support in both daily struggles and deeper troubles.

In Weak, A Neshama tells about the crushing depression they have been feeling that has been prohibiting them from being part of the community that they usually enjoy.

In My Animal Soul Is My Phone, a Neshama writes about the support she feels from her online friends, often at the expense of her real-life community.

In Another Morning In 770, a Neshama writes about the chaotic comfort they feel inside the Chabad Headquarters.

And, in We Are Here For You This Chanukah, a Neshama offers support to people who may be feeling lonely or sad during the holiday.

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Find these and other stories by our anonymous writers on Neshamas.