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interview with Edythe Held Mencher and Marsha Elser. How congregations can best respond to the emotional, legal, social, financial, and spiritual challenges faced by divorced couples. Fall 2013.
Annette Powers. My father believed that intermarriage was a shanda. I hoped to prove him wrong. Part of Focus: Shanda. Winter 2012.
Rabbi Laura Geller. "During the traditional get ceremony, I began to feel released -- still, I needed a ritual through which I could release myself." Part of Focus: Divorce & Recovery. Spring 2000
Judyth Har Even. Nourishing ourselves on a "Diet for Estranged Wives," we read and sang personal passages and songs by candlelight. Part of Focus: Divorce & Recovery. Spring 2000
Rabbi Leigh Lerner. The abandonment of ceremonial divorce ignores the emotional needs of our congregants at a time of deep distress in their lives. Part of Focus: Divorce & Recovery. Spring 2000.
Rabbi Sandy Seltzer. We've come a long way since Deuteronomy 24:1. A historical and sociological overview of how Jewish divorce has changed in practice over time. Part of Focus: Divorce & Recovery. Spring 2000.
Interview with Rabbi Simeon Maslin. The author of the Reform divorce document talks about its purpose and uses. Part of Focus: Divorce & Recovery. Spring 2000.
Rabbi Earl Grollman. Divorce pushes you to the edge of a cliff; you are forced to respond to a new life. What it takes to become whole again. Part of Focus: Divorce & Recovery. Spring 2000.

 
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