Monthly Archives: October 2018

Pittsburgh: coming together after synagogue shooting

    Editor’s Note: I received this email from a local Rabbi. I’ve done a small amount of editing to make it more universal: Dear Friend, Our hearts are shattered by the heinous and horrific attack on our brothers and sisters in Pittsburgh. We mourn the 11 holy souls who were so cruelly torn from

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Better Sleep for the Grieving

The Catharsis of Loss: Tips for Better Sleep After Losing a Loved One by Sara Bailey People have trouble falling asleep for all kinds of reasons: Insomnia, stress, a poor mattress, illness and anxiety are just a few of the most common causes. Grief isn’t often thought as a major factor in sleep deprivation, but

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