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 Like many other clinical terms, such as depressed, anxious, or bipolar, the term “abused” is often used out of context. Saying “You’re so abusive” can mean “I feel mistreated or disrespected” or “I’m just not being treated nicely.” In truth though, abuse in marriages is a real issue in the Jewish world, just as it is in any other population around the world. We need to familiarize ourselves with it to protect and help ourselves, our children and our community from both the abuse itself and the effect it has on those around its victims.

Presenting an Exciting New Project in Ir Yamim, Netanya

With much success in the past few months selling beach properties in Netanya, we are currently representing several residential developments ranging from the most exclusive to moderately priced, from North Netanya to Ir Yamim. We are now presenting for the first time in the states, at pre-construction prices, a spectacular project in the luxurious Ir Yamim neighborhood that will meet the needs and budget of just about everybody who is looking. Ir Yamim is the most sought-after neighborhood on the beach in Netanya!

NEW YORK NEWS

 New York Republicans exceeded expectations in the midterm elections, especially considering the results around the country.  While challenger Lee Zeldin fell to Governor Kathy Hochul by a margin of 6 points, every Congressional district in the state moved to the right of where they were in 2020.  This resulted in a gain of 4 seats to the House of Representatives, as well as breaking the supermajority the Democrats have in the State Senate and making gains in the Assembly.  Zeldin, in his concession, urged Hochul to pay attention to how close the results were from previous years.  “Those controlling Albany should take note. New Yorkers of all walks of life are sick of the attacks on their wallets, their safety, their freedoms and the quality of their kids’ education and are hitting their breaking point, as proven by these results. As they take office in January, Governor Kathy Hochul and those controlling Albany must address the grave concerns voiced by the voters,” he said.