The bestselling "Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Guilt," authored by friend and colleague Ruthie Ellenson, is now available in Israel in Hebrew. It features essays from Jewish women writers about the concept of guilt and how it figures into their lives--from a woman repeatedly mistaken for Monica Lewinsky because she's dark-haired and Jewish, to a woman for whom JDate is both addiction and albatross.
What? You're a man, and feel like you have no need of a Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Anything? Wrong-o, buddy. This book provides a vital glimpse into the Jewish woman's mind and heart, and what SJM couldn't benefit from that?
For a page that describes the book in Hebrew, click here.
The book will be available in stores in February, so if you're in Israel go to Steimatzky's and demand your fix.
Can't wait? Click here and order from the publisher.
Shoutout to Ruthie for all she's achieved with this book and her international touring. Here's to much success, and a reduction in the guilt we all feel, mostly just because we're Jewish women.