#JewishBostonTeens are coming together for an afternoon of learning, community and fun as we work together to reduce the stigmas surrounding mental health and wellness. Hosted by the JTI Peer Leadership Fellows and BaMidbar in partnership with community organizations around Greater Boston.
It can be hard to know where to draw boundaries, so here are some suggestions of how to care for friends while also caring for yourself.
Oftentimes we understand “love your neighbor as thyself” purely for its provision of how we treat others; however, this statement yields upon the fact that we love ourselves.
Days of Gratitude gives you the opportunity to notice—and give gratitude for—the unnoticed blessings in our lives.
Shabbat is a time when we reflect upon our week. The prompts in this journal mirror this idea, with ones for the beginning, middle and end of the week.
Hebrew College’s COVID Youth Commission played a critical role in my life during a very challenging time.
Our goal is to train Jewish professionals, parents and teens in a variety of methods to build resilience.
We all wear masks every day, and the holiday of Purim encourages us to look past them and reveal our true selves to the world.