Where Did My Zing Go? The Dying Art of Womanhood.

Where Did My Zing Go? The Dying Art of Womanhood.

Have you ever asked yourself “Where did my zing go? “Why am I so tired –  dragging through the day and my responsibilities?”

You know what I mean – it’s when you joke about how old you are even though you’re not remotely old. And you say these jokes to make it okay that you feel so disconnected from your younger self.

When was the last time you  felt simply beautiful and worthy without the voice of the inner critic interfering?


You have the most amazing dreams.But, do you know what's hard? What's hard is when you know what you want to do and you just don't do it. It eats away at your confidence. Your dreams are waiting! What do you have to do to break through your blocks?I will tell you a...

Words G-d Might Want Us to Hear

This video recording is a tiny taste of G-d’s love for us. To so many people, it seems unbelievable. Could it be? Could I really be intrinsically worthy and beloved? We are bred to feel awful about ourselves.

Teshuva Coaching

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How to Help Your Teen Who is Going Through Depression and Anxiety

How to Help Your Teen Who is Going Through Depression and Anxiety

Depression affects everyone. When you are a parent of a child with depression you are actually also a case manager for a house full of people who are struggling. This is not your fault. This is not your child’s fault.

In this video Minky shares honestly telling parents – from her front row seat in the drama of depression, what kids need. We were prompted to make this video by the rising number of young teens who are struggling. At age 12, 13, 14 they are feeling lost and confused.

And their parents are often just as confused.

Compounding the confusion is the secrecy and shame and almost always, conflict with religion. When you feel like you don’t fit on the inside you stop trying to fit in on the outside. Sometimes it seems like there is no place left for these girls.

But navigating depression is like swimming through dirty water with clouded goggles. Nothing is clear. There is no path. It’s just you and the elements. You and your child. The two of you and G-d.

I offer here my own contribution to Minky’s stunning words.To see the video..