What’s currently causing us the most trauma? The war? The captives? Antisemitism? Something else?
What’s the implication of not getting a body back from Hamas, and therefore no Kevura and no closure?
Is hearing the news and looking at war images helpful or hurtful?
How are students from out of Israel who are studying in Yeshivos and Seminaries in Israel handling the war?
How can we turn our current plight into a growth opportunity?
Will we have “Post-Traumatic Stress” or “Post-Traumatic Growth” from the war?

***Guest Hosted by Ari Wasserman *** Author of “Making it Work”, “Making it ALL Work” (for women) and 10 other Seforim, Maggid Shiur, Yerushalayim

with Rabbi YY Jacobson – world-renowned educator and lecturer – 11:47
with Rabbi Aviad Goldvicht – a “Rav Tzvaii,” a rabbi/businessman serving in the IDF as a Rabbi – 35:26
with Dr. Jacob Freedman – noted psychiatrist, speaker and author – 1:04:55
with Mrs. Batya Widowsky BSW – social worker and volunteer for the psycho-trauma unit of Ichud Hatzalah – 1:35:56
Wrap-up, takeaways and lessons learned – 1:52:30

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