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Start 2008 by doing something for yourself

Here it is – 2008! Let’s make the most of it! Do something for your relationshipFor starters I am going to recommend that you participate in an interfaith couples discussion group. Call me right now and let’s talk about it. You’ll look at who you each are, improve your communication, and sort out issues that…

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Jewish Chicken Farmers

I have a soft spot in my heart for chickens. Dumb as they are, my grandmother had chickens, my mother had chickens and yes, I had chickens. They made for very educational pets. I received this notice: In case you missed it earlier, we are pleased that “A Home on the Range: The Jewish Chicken…

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Cookies for all seasons

I got a lot of help from Eileen, bless her! She mixed up lots of frosting colors and did most of the work. OK, folks, let’s bake! The stirring, the taste testing of the dough, the shapes, the scent from the oven, the colored frosting, maybe sprinkles, mmm! Don’t forget to crank up your favorite…

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No Holiday Blues!

NO Holiday Blues! A woman told me that she used to wait eleven months for Christmas and it HAD to be all that she expected. She said she felt like “a pressure cooker.” That kind of intense need is what leads to holiday blues and worse. Now just in case things don’t go as you…

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Posted in Holidays
Published on December 20th, 2007

Jewish Things to do on Christmas

There have been a few questions about what can a person do on Christmas Eve or Day if they don’t “do Christmas”? I’m going to list some community events here for you to consider. Additionally, there is time to invite other Jewish friends over for a day of games, music and good food. Jewish Music…

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Which Comes First, the Parent or the Child?

  Being an interfaith couple becomes most challenging when children arrive. What could be compromised as a couple cannot always be balanced in a child. Parents can feel torn between doing they see as best for their child and doing what they see as best for themselves and their relationship. Where to begin? Every time…

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