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Feeling Blue out of the Blue: Grieving as a Teen

Mindy Blumenfeld, LCSW, Individual and Couple Therapist
January 25th, 2015

NOTE: THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN LINKS MAGAZINE, A PUBLICATION FOR GIRLS WHOSE PARENT(S) HAS DIED   Being a teenager is such hard work, is such a crazy, upside down time, is such a roller coaster ride of emotions, that you have no idea how glad I am that I am no longer one. My son once told me, “Ma, being a teenager is like the chicken pox. You gotta get over it no matter how much it itches.” Imagine my dismay that …

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Actions or miracles? Parshat Bo

Avraham (Allan) Friedman, MSW
January 23rd, 2015

In the wake of recent anti-Semitic attacks worldwide, there are people who wish for God to appear and perform miracles and just bring the Jewish people back home. "Let's just get it done already," they say. Apparently, God doesn’t work like that. He requires action. Sometimes, as in Noah, the action of requiring Noah to build an ark is directly and clearly related to the event, the flood He is planning. In this week's Torah portion - Parsha …

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Passive Pressure

Rabbi Yitzchak Shmuel Ackerman, LMHC
January 21st, 2015

Peer pressure usually is thought of as active, overt enticing, encouraging, or daring someone to do something. The pressure is most irresistible when it’s coming from a peer, especially for teenagers. That’s why I so often hear parents complain that they’ve told their teenage son or daughter that they don’t like this friend and want them to stay away from him or her.   I ask the parent to describe the conversation tha …

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The Will to Want

Avraham (Allan) Friedman, MSW
January 16th, 2015

There are times when hearing a new thought I find that it can have a profound effect on me and how I live my life. It doesn’t happen often but it does happen. There is, in this week's Torah portion - Parshat Vaera - a seemingly innocuous and superfluous comment by Rashi, the great medieval commentator. The Torah says that God appeared to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Rashi, who usually elucidates the text, comments at the mention of the forefat …

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