Letters to the Editor – Inyan Tziburi
Anxiety from Yamim Noraim
Oct. 20, 2014
Dear Public Interest section:
It is a few days before Rosh Hashanah, and I have finally decided to take paper and pen and write – write to everyone who, like me, is overwhelmed by anxiety. Not fear of the Divine Judgment, but fear of the harsh future that will be decreed upon me for the next year, G-d forbid. I tremble in fear from the red mark on the highways, and am terrified that I or someone in my family has been marked for tragedy. I wait with inner impatience for the Yamim Noraim – and they are really terrible days for me – to be over, and for the gleeful days of Sukkot to come and with their joy, silence the storm raging within my heart.
Another year passes, and yet another, and for me, as early as the sunny month of Tamuz, Elul with all its fears, anxieties and nerves, begins to darken my state of mind. I become an edgy, moody mother, wracked by guilt feelings. Continue reading Uncalled for Anxiety
Thank you note from an employee at the
Mental Health Rehabilitation Catering Service
to her “colleagues” at Ezer Mizion
To the wonderful staff
I work with you, and greatly enjoy
your wonderful attitude,
The help and support
that each of you give.
And above all –
“Ezer Mizion” –
which I truly feel is
an “Ezer” – a help.
You all help people, and I see it every day in your department.
Best wishes for much success and a pleasant vacation.
(who never forgets you)
Thank You from Mothers of Children with Mental Health Issues to their Support Group Leader
Dear Rivka, Ezer Mizion, and all those involved,
The time we spend together is such a warm, pleasant experience,
A weekly oasis, a breath of fresh air,
A station where we can fuel up with energy,
An opportunity to fill our lagging engines with love and tranquility,
A place that has an answer to our every question.
Have we been divinely fated to scale an impossibly steep mountain – Continue reading The Time We Spend Together
We wish to thank G-d for sending us his wonderful agents at the Ezer Mizion Nativ Mental Health Family Counseling Center and for enabling us to benefit from their assistance.
Without going into details, we will just , say that our family was in serious distress and at our wit’s end trying to cope with a problem whose significance we did not understand.
Thanks to the efficient help of the people at the Center, the tragedy that could have befallen our family, G-d forbid, was prevented.
For the benefit of the public, the Center’s phone number is
C.L. Bnei Brak