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Endometriosis Awareness

By Rachel Cohen | March 24, 2019

176 million women live with endometriosis and I am one of them. To me, this enigmatic and commonly misunderstood disease…

The Failings of Solely Focusing on Beauty

By Shira Lankin Sheps | March 20, 2019

As women, we know that we need to take care of ourselves. We should eat nutritious food, dress in a…

The Things They Tell You

By Gigi Bergman | June 25, 2018

I wrote this piece in response to the onslaught of negative messages we get about our bodies every day. Each…

The Art of Mentoring

By Faigie Horowitz | May 31, 2018

Midlifers can make great mentors. They have the long view but are active and involved in current developments at work,…

Women Empowering Women

By Elizabeth Carmen | May 29, 2018

As a therapist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, I was thrilled to hear the theme of this month’s…

The Collection of Jewish Moms

By Michelle London | May 14, 2018

The dining room, Friday night at the Singles’ Shabbaton, buzzed with the potential of meeting one’s spouse. My friend Chaikie…

Finding Sisterhood in Unconventional Places

By Tzipora Zelmanowitz | May 10, 2018

When I was in first grade, I fantasized about having an older sister – Rachel – who was in seminary…

Sisters: Sharing Loss, BRCA Fears, and the Future

By Shira Lankin Sheps | February 21, 2018

LPM: Tell us about your mom. Adina: My mom was a beacon of beauty both inside and out. She had…

Filled with Emptiness: Grieving After a Mastectomy or Hysterectomy

By Dvora Entin | February 19, 2018

This essay is based on the collective experiences of women I have counseled over the years. Dear Sister, You cannot…

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