February 13, 2018

  Mike is 36, an Army veteran and has been abusing alcohol and stimulants since before he became part of our family when he was 15.  Crying is not a stranger to me.

The weeks and months before he took this step towards recovery were horrific for all of us- his wife...

February 1, 2018

One codependent friend in recovery shared this story with me: I was taught that Jews didn’t drink or drug. We were married young. I just always assumed that my husband started drinking because I was a terrible wife. The suffering, the hurt and the anger that company co...

February 1, 2018

     It means living under the delusion that life is controllable. It means constantly struggling to maintain the illusion that you are controlling it. It means lying to yourself all day, every day, insisting that, with enough effort, you can get life to do whatever it...

February 1, 2018

In synagogue was read one of the most famous phrases in the Torah, ‘na’aseh venishma’, literally, “we will do and we will hear” (Ex. 24:7). What does this mean and why does it matter?

In the Babylonian Talmud, it is taken to describe the enthusiasm and whole-heartedne...

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