Dear Miss Manners: Yesterday, a friend knocked on my door. I invited him in and he proceeded to grab a snack out of the fridge, watch a movie on my TV and then hopped on to my exercise bike.
Group dates are growing more and more popular, and it’s a great idea – in theory. If you’re a little nervous about the dating game, why wouldn’t you bring along your best friend? However, if a double date isn’t handled properly, your night could end in disaster. Like everything in life, there’s a right way, and a wrong way. Read on to discover the right way.
In 2010, Stacey’s father encouraged her to give JDate a try. Stacey’s original subscription was about to expire when she received a message from Jason.
Jewish Treats would like to wish a happy Father-in-Law’s Day to all our readers to whom it applies.There are two prominent portraits of fathers-in-law in the Torah: Laban and Jethro. Laban was the father-in-law twice over of Jacob as he was the fathe…
Here are three simple tips to help you plan an original first date.
Mizrachi Women of America (MWOA, known today as AMIT – Americans for Israel and Torah) began as part of Mizrachi of America (AMIT’s original name). Its separate identity was the direct result of the efforts of Bessie Goldstein Gotsfeld.
Music is said to raise a person’s spirit (Berachot 57b), and there is no time more appropriate for joyousness than Shabbat, the day of rest.To honor Shabbat, and to bring it more tranquility, more joy and more celebration, it is customary to sin…
Treat your lover at least as well as you treat your friends. Many of us are capable of being nicer to strangers than we are to the people we love, which really doesn’t make a lot of sense. Be courteous to everyone, but especially to the ones you love or might love.
Their advice for current JDaters® would be to have an open mind. Be willing to put yourself out there and meet people. Be 100% honest in your profile: make it truthful, say exactly what you want and describe what you are looking for. Put the effort into JDate and be committed to emailing people, responding back to people that email you, and going out on dates – even if you think they might not be the perfect match. Who knows… they just might be!
The place: Istanbul/Constantinople. The Time: The Sixteenth Century In the sixteenth century, the Ottoman empire was one of the few places in which the Jewish people…