When I started dating after my divorce, my intention was to find a husband, but in the past few years I've moved away from that idea and what I really want is someone to talk to, do stuff with when my daughter is with her dad and make love as often as possible.
My first priority is to my daughter because she needs me more than anyone else, but just because she should be number one, doesn't mean I shouldn't get some.
Most of the men I have dated are also divorced, and I find that they generally get parenting and work life balance. I don't need a ring on it right now. When my daughter leaves the house, I'd sure love to find a life partner, but bringing a blended family into our lives right now seems so complicated.
I am a successful professional. I'm a rabbi in a Conservative synagogue in NJ. Highly educated. I am great physical shape. I have a great family and lots of wonderful friends.
I'm interested in meeting a Jewish man, who is compassionate and kind, and who values intimacy, both physically and emotionally and who loves to laugh and take walks and pillow talk.