by Jane Bernstein

The Anatomy of Worry

I Lost My Daughter

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Is Worrying a Jewish Woman’s Second-Shift Job?

The articles in this special section:

The Anatomy of Worry

by Jane Bernstein

Her daughter lost on the road ahead, an advanced-degree worrier takes us through all the stages of her panic.

Always Buy Gold

by Ellen R. Portnoy

Surviving the worrying in a Holocaust survivor’s family.

Looking Away

by Sharon Levy

What has just happened in the split-second when I wasn’t focused on the urgent task at hand? asks our author in her poignant attempt to stay vigilant.