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Reinventing Herself to Share Mental Health Awareness and Other Societal Issues Chaya Rochel Zimmerman is a mother of 11 and a grandmother to many. She has become an author of novels in order to bring awareness about mental health, immigration, and other societal issues.
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Reinventing Herself to Share Mental Health Awareness and Other Societal Issues Chaya Rochel Zimmerman is a mother of 11 and a grandmother to many. She has become an author of novels in order to bring awareness about mental health, immigration, and other societal issues.
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Can a Marriage Survive and Thrive Through Depression and Anxiety? One month into marriage, Rabbi Ariel Margulies was suffering from depression and anxiety. Today, he and his wife Chana have built a beautiful, strong marriage and authored a book together called, "Thank You For Being You." They share insights into their raw and honest soul trek.
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