Rabbi Address is quoted in the March 20, 2014 article, “In Sickness and In Health,” in the Baltimore Jewish Times, about the challenges that spouses face when they become care-givers for partners who have suffered life-changing illnesses.
This guest post to Rabbi Address’ blog is by Rabbi David Levin. How do you tell Dad that Mom has died? This challenging question confronted old friends this past week. Compassion is such a difficult [Read more…]
This is how I imagined it. Once Upon a Time, long, long ago, before even existence existed, there was nothing but Darkness. A color so black that it has never been seen again. And there [Read more…]
Hope is a crucial part of facing and coping with a medical illness. It can not only help a patient survive; it can also promote healing. Hope paves the way toward resilience and supports the [Read more…]