Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Nisan 16, 5774
Can a little push on the tush actually be a form of parental abuse?
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Baby Boomers and generation X-ers may recall spanking as part of their upbringing. In many cases, it was highly unpleasant, but recognized as a definitive means of reinforcing correct behaviors.
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How today’s dads 
are rocking the cradle.
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Chicken soup is on the stove, a roast and kugel are in the oven, the table is set, candles and challah are in place, the house in Elkins Park is reasonably tidy and the six children are reasonably clean. The Coe family is ready to welcome Shabbat — as soon as Mom Jennifer comes home from work. Preparing for Shabbat...
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Frapped, whipped, blended or heated, coffee has stirred up some popularity among an increasingly younger generation of fans, along with a touch of controversy on its benefits: What's good in theory for one generation could be bad for another. A recent coffee study reported in The New England Journal of Medicine certainly adds to its appeal among people 50 and...
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Elyse Glickman, Special Sections Feature
First comes love. Then comes re-marriage. However, somewhere in between, the revitalized lovebirds have to figure out a delicate way to tell their respective children about their intentions and its possible effects on the entire family’s future. Though Macy’s wedding registry cannot provide all of the essentials for a combined household, Scott Browning, psychologist and professor of psychology at Chestnut...
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Toward the end of her life, 15-year-old Rina Goldberg declared her bedroom to be a no-crying zone. She tried her best to enforce that policy, too, said her father, Ari, director of the Jewish Community High School at Gratz College. "If you're going to cry, leave the room," the Cheltenham teenager once told her grandma. Even as a debilitating disease...
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