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    Haute Kosher: No one is coming to save you and other Jewish parenting lessons

    I sat in my A-level History lessons, staring at images of prisoners in Nazi extermination camps, alongside the same boys who had grown up in that school and probably participated in its “humorous” and “edgy” Nazi fetishism, trying to make it all fit together. I was very quiet, focusing. Still I couldn’t.

    Self help is dead: Vulnerability and permission to feel

    Loneliness, hopelessness, and insignificance are emotions we are taught to avoid at all costs since childhood, and today, they are just as scary as they were when we were five years old. No one told us that it’s okay to feel those difficult things - that identifying the messages our emotions convey is a superpower.

    WATCH3WORDS: Palm Springs – Exuberant.Poolside.Mayhem.

    'By taking the well-known Groundhog Day storyline and injecting it with a healthy dose of sun, fun, and drug-fuelled nihilism, Palm Springs makes one of the dullest formats in the book suddenly enjoyable.'

    Haute Kosher: meditations on chicken soup

    During the pandemic, some of us have come to measure out our lives in Friday night dinners and matzah balls...surrounded by the people that we love, chicken soup sits at the heart of the little sanctuary in the week that Friday night dinner represents.