Bending my rules—but not breaking them—let my son play ball without forgetting that family and synagogue still come first
New rituals create ways to symbolically acknowledge Jews’ covenant with God without actually circumcising infants
When one teen began bingeing and purging, there were places she could go, but her mother felt she had nowhere to turn
As a Soviet Jewish émigré, I broke all ties to Russia and its language—or so I thought, until my daughter was born
My husband is Episcopalian, but together we have created a committed Jewish family and stayed part of the Jewish community
A weekend retreat inspires advocacy for gay Orthodox Jews and creates a support network for families in religious communities
The author of 2011’s most notorious parenting book is back with ‘The Triple Package,’ an even more divisive book written with her husband
I tried to get pregnant for months. But when my fertility treatments worked too well, I faced an unexpected moral quandary.
When my youngest sister got married, our parents marked the day with an unexpectedly traditional celebration. And it changed them.
Don’t break the rules just to help your kids get ahead. Teach them to be mensches by setting an example with your own behavior.
Every night, I took part in a prayer group to help a sick child and her family. But I’m the one who ended up transformed.
When I was young, my father cared for me. Now he’s old and needs my help, but can I really provide it?