After being expelled from Yeshiva, Moshe became progressively more isolated and distant from Judaism and Jewish kids; he was looking at the internet until late hours of the night and sleeping away most of his days. Moshe’s behavior toward his parents was severely oppositional, and at times, he exploded into fits of rage. By the time I met Moshe, it had been a long time since he had any pleasure from his life – he appeared to be severely depressed. Read the full story about how Moshe was revived by the beautiful words of my Rebbe, Rabbi Shalom Arush in Save Our Children.
With Blessings Always,
Dr. Zev Ballen