I expected a lot difficult things in advance of getting divorced at age 28, as the mother of two small children. I expected my 5-year-old would have an adjustment period acclimating to life in two separate households, and I predicted lonely nights and holidays when my children were with their father, awkward looks from people
Conquering her fear of freeway cruising is this soon-to-be-mother’s rite of passage into maturity.
Faith versus neuroses – for this mother, it’s a close match.
The Orthodox Union Takes Action: The halls of Lander College for Women, in Manhattan’s West Side, are typically filled with busy students rushing to and from class. But on Sunday, April 26, the people who filled the room to capacity were at a very different station in life. They were mostly adults, many out of