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Shidduch: a match, especially for marriage
Blind spots keep us from achieving happiness and fulfillment in ourselves and in relationships. They also create negative patterns with the kind of person we attract. While frustrating, these patterns can clue you in to changes you need to make; if you’re...
How should I change myself so that I don’t pick unkind men like I did in the past?
I’ve dated for many years, but am still looking for my soulmate. What more can I do?
While you’re supposed to have fun on a date, Judaism doesn’t endorse dating for fun. The objective of dating is marriage—building a Jewish home with your partner. Here are six strategies for achieving your goal and marrying the right person.
I’m going on 40, and I’m afraid I’m never going to get married.
It’s like trying to gain admittance to an exclusive club, and I don’t know the password.
I am a single woman, never married, and don’t have any children. Is there a place in Judaism for the single woman?
I was just set up on a date with a wonderful young woman. I really enjoyed her company and spending time together. However, I just wasn’t attracted to her . . .
How do I know when I have found “the one?” I’m worried that I keep passing on great guys because there were no fireworks like I expected when we met. And I am scared that while I wait for Mr. Perfect, I am letting go of Mr. Almost Perfect . . .
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