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Take a stroll through your local bookstore and you’ll find self-help guides telling you what to say during a job interview, a funeral, a corporate speech – even a conversation with a dolphin. Nowhere, however, will you find even one paragraph describing what might be appropriate to say to your lover while making love… until now.
How do we know when the person sitting across the table from us at Starbucks has that all-important soul mate potential? Honestly, we don’t. We must, then, trust our gut feelings, combined with what we can learn by taking the following hilarious quiz.
Why do we spend so much time and energy teaching our children so much Trivial Pursuit-like “stuff,” while disregarding vital life skills they so desperately need? All that’s going to change when I become Czar of Education. There will be a wide variety of courses available dealing with romantic relationships, including…
Why do we go to the movies? To be entertained? Informed? Uplifted? All of the above! But we also attend movies to learn about dating, don’t we? After all, they don’t teach it in school, and your parents certainly are not the last word on dating. Check out these flicks to discover what they teach us about the wonderful, wild world of dating.
I was warned as a newly divorced man about the classic “rebound” relationship—one that shortly follows the ending of a previous one. Rebounders are supposedly needy, distressed, emotionally unavailable, and lacking the capacity to make good decisions about a partner. This not only describes me, but also most men I know in Los Angeles. Nothing personal, guys.
It is common to greet one another on Purim in Hebrew, “Chag Purim Sameach,” which translates, “Happy Purim holiday.” It is less common to use the greeting, “Is that a Hamantashcen in your pocket, or are you happy to see me?”
When a guy – let’s say me, for the sake of argument – is lacking a romantic partner, every bit of attention he gets from any woman, even a complete stranger, takes on heightened significance and pleasure.
The pairing of Thanksgiving and Hanukkah as Thanksgivukkah works so well, it raises the question among us JDaters — why not pair up even more things in your life that can benefit you romantically? Here are some suggestions.
Like most everyone, I was brought up to believe that romance and falling in love is indeed a very specific, time-tested process. Everyone seems to think that after you meet someone, you need to date for a while (sometimes for years) and then eventually decide if you want to marry this person.
Sometimes it takes someone outside of your circle of friends and family to have the perspective of seeing your life and problems as they truly are… and offering some insight into resolving them. I believe I am that person for you. I see so clearly where you have gone astray romantically, and exactly what you need to get back on track. Renee, here it is in a nutshell: you need a Jewish man.