Passover is a time to focus on our collective story, but it can also be a time for us to explore our own. On Passover, we remember our freedom from the physical bondage of Egypt, but without acknowledging the mental bondage many of us are still trapped in we will never truly be free. That is why we built these resources, to help individuals utilize the themes and motifs of Passover traditions to examine their internal stories of slavery and experience an Exodus like no other.
“The Exodus from Egypt Occurs in Every Human Being, in Every Era, in Every Year, and in Every Day.” – Rabbi Nachman
- With Outstretched Arms: Reflections on Passover & Mental Health from a Parent’s Perspective
- L’dor V’dor – Asking for Help for the First Time
- What Bread Brings
- New Beginnings
- When is enough, enough already?
- 15 Steps to Freedom: Seder for Recovering Addicts
- That Time I Spent Passover in a Psychiatric Hospital
- Four Questions About Mental Health
- Is Celebrating Passover Any Different From Having A Psychological Disorder?
- From Chaos To Seder: Pesach, Addiction, And Removing Our Personal Chains
- How the Festival of Passover Is Different in Eating Disorder Recovery
Haggadahs and Activities
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