Every day thousands of different publications release new studies and opinion pieces about what a person needs to be happy. Maybe you need more coffee, or maybe you need less coffee. Maybe your self-worth is too aligned with your material possessions, or maybe your material possessions are so unimpressive that you actually should feel bad about yourself. Whatever the advice, one major flaw of these articles is that…
For most people on JDate, meeting someone Jewish is a top priority. However, let’s say you met someone in (gasp!) the real world – at a happy hour, the bowling alley, or outside while walking your dog. If you want to find out if your prospective new belle or beau is Jewish, here are a few funny ways to find out!
With Rosh Hashanah fast approaching, I thought it would be a good idea to look at the value of forgiveness in our romantic relationships.
Let me start off by asking what DO you want when it comes to dating, relationships and sex? Do you actually know what that is? I don’t mean just in a general two-sentence kind of way. I mean detailed and extensive.
Women loooooove shoes. We do! And what is one of the first things we look at when we see our date approaching? Yep! Shoes. Why? Because your shoes can say so much about you: Whether you are high maintenance or laid back. Whether you are doing well in your business or not. Whether you take care of yourself or have a take a more laissez-faire approach. All of these perceptions come from the floor up – it’s all in your shoes.
I watched Sheryl Sandberg in an interview and was excited to see she’s leading career women to follow their dreams, and causing quite a stir while doing it. I read her book, Lean In, and found that her chapter titled: ‘Make Your Partner a Relationship Partner’ was aligned with what I have been telling my single career-oriented clients for quite some time.
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.
Here are three simple tips to help you plan an original first date.
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.
It’s not exactly hard to bump into a Jewish actor in Hollywood, especially with superstars like Natalie Portman, Sascha Baron Cohen, Adam Sandler, and Mila Kunis all being openly proud of their Jewish roots. However, even in Hollywood, some members of the tribe manage to fly under the radar. This month, Kosher Cinema is bringing you a list of the top 10 actors and actresses you may not have realized are Jewish.