Surviving Holiday Stress

Surviving Holiday Stress

How to make the most of your holidays by avoiding the stress. I’m not sure how it is for you, but for me, when it turns autumn, as the leaves start to change colors, and the days start to get short, I start worrying about the holidays. I didn’t grew up in this country, and so the winter holidays were…

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Suffering from – S.A.D?

Suffering from – S.A.D?

Are you or a loved one suffering from – S.A.D? Today is Rosh Ha’shanna – the Jewish New Year. What an appropriate date to post my fall (autumn) blog. As most of the Jewish holidays relate to the lunar calendar, and the agriculture seasons, so does Rosh Ha’shanna, which is the new moon after the equinox. In the Jewish traditions, fall…

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Do We Need to Avoid Mistakes?

Are mistakes avoidable, inevitable, transformable?  Are mistakes necessary? Mistakes can at times, feel dangerous. Mistakes and failures are thought to us from a young age to be avoided. Whether mistakes are experienced  first hand, or we have watched family or friends suffer the impact, we know they can be painful. We organize our life around trauma. It is part of…

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