Category Archives: Social Media

Renewed, Refreshed, Ready

by Eliana Southworth I’ll always remember that July afternoon visit to the Trevi Fountain—the clear blue water glistening under the Roman sun while crowds of visitors, armed with cameras, stood in awe of Bernini’s masterpiece. There, my painting professor told … Continue reading

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Forbidden Waters

By Chaya What do the mikveh, Orthodox Jews, and sex addiction have to do with one another? As an Orthodox woman, and a member of S-Anon, I can safely say that they are deeply intertwined. S-Anon, modeled on 12-step fellowships like … Continue reading

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Mayyim Hayyim: Who Needs It?

by DeDe Jacobs-Komisar, Development Manager ISIS. Israel/Gaza. Climate change. Rampant inequality and poverty. Women’s reproductive rights being chipped away. Oh yeah, and an Ebola epidemic. We’re living in pretty troubling times, and that’s not even taking into account the challenges … Continue reading

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2013: A Year of Mikveh Blogging

by Carrie Bornstein 2013 was a good year for The Mikveh Lady Has Left the Building.  We published 99 new posts, and you (the collective “you”) viewed them nearly 31,000 times. The content was extraordinary, and varied.  We’ve categorized it … Continue reading

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The Power of the Mayyim Hayyim Staff

by Sherri Goldman, Administrative and Finance Director Recently the Mayyim Hayyim staff had a working retreat. Twice each year our team goes off-site for a day of bonding, building our team culture, contemplating our purpose and motives, and working on one … Continue reading

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Sunday, Monday… Happy Days: A Trivia Contest For All

by Carrie Bornstein Today is (and yesterday was, too) Rosh Chodesh Adar – the first days of the month of Adar.  Adar: the month on the Hebrew calendar that brings us Purim, which I take very, very seriously.  When Adar … Continue reading

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In Case You Missed It…

by Carrie Bornstein As we approach the end of 2012, I can’t help but engage in a little year-in-review.  (Hmm… it just happens to be grant report season too.  Coincidence?) In any event, for a social media nerd like me, … Continue reading

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