This short booklet will lead you to understand the significance and power of teshuvah, and it will provide you a step-by-step method to help to achieve it and to change your life in ways you never thought possible.
A comprehensive and FREE guide, aimed at parents and caregivers, which provides an overview and guidance on how to respond when a child is experiencing a serious mental health challenge, created by No Shame On You.
TeenMH is a free resource that offers honest, practical information and resources to help young people understand more about mental health in a fun to navigate format that includes many options for entertainment, education, and engagement.
Innerbody seeks to provide objective, science-based information and advice that helps you make health-related decisions and enjoy a healthier, happier lifestyle, and has compiled some facts about rates of suicide in different populations, risk factors for suicidal actions, and information on warning signs and resources to help you.
One of the most difficult things for us as we worked through our struggles was the glorification of the sacrifices that caregivers (especially those who identify as women) are expected to make. For instance, loss of interest in activities we previously enjoyed was a difficult benchmark to wrap our heads around. We'd been told that once we gave birth, we wouldn't have time for anything other than the baby. Therefore, losing interest in our hobbies was something we both figured was to be expected. In a way, if we lost interest in our hobbies, wasn't that an indication that we were adjusting to centering our lives around our children? Wasn't that what was supposed to happen?
Guest Post: Last week I released a song called “Rocky Mountains” about body acceptance, and I wanted to share some of the backstory. I survived an eating disorder in my early 20s. I’d been to outpatient treatment, and I got better, but something was keeping me from fully recovering. My relationship with food and my body was still fraught for many years.
An interdisciplinary, intersectional approach to recovery. The resources on this page reflect that core incentive. Includes grounding exercises, activities for those who are struggling, guided meditations, and more.
Suicide is a leading cause of death in the United States, making suicide prevention resources some of the most valuable and impactful interventions available. Following is our comprehensive list of suicide prevention resources and strategies meant to support those impacted and prevent suicide.
By Rabbi Sandra Cohen | After the death of her father-in-law, Rabbi Sandra reflects on grief is funny. "Just when you think you have a handle on your feelings and on the physical energy around mourning, it creeps up on you from behind and nails you to the wall."
Death is a natural occurrence, and it is a normal reaction to feel overwhelmed and confused when a loved one dies. This Guide for the Grieving is a resource for:
reviewing descriptions of traditional Jewish ritual and mourning practices, navigating practical decisions and understanding the range of physical, mental, behavioral, and emotional responses one may experience following the death of a loved one.