As a kid, I grew up thinking my life would turn out a certain way. At 34, I thought I would be married with three kids, just like my mom and dad. I thought I would have a Jewish husband and we would have couple friends; I’d pick up their kids at soccer practice and they would pick up mine. And so the day he proposed I viewed it as part of the plan, even though I knew the relationship wouldn’t work out.
Thanksgiving is a great holiday because it involves two of everyone’s favorite things – food and family! Sometimes we can get caught up with the hustle and bustle in life, but there are several things you can do to slow down and enjoy this fun-filled holiday. Here are five ways to bring thanksgiving into your life.
Thanksgiving week is finally here! That means it’s time to celebrate with friends and family, enjoy some of the best home cooking you’ll taste all year, and tell the world why you’re grateful for all of the wonderful aspects of your life. From great friends and family to a good health and an exciting career, there are so many reasons to be thankful! However, for the countless numbers of people who found love online, they have another reason to be grateful: online dating. In honor of the many JDate Success Stories who will be celebrating their first Thanksgiving together this year, here are five reasons to be grateful for online dating.
There’s nothing like watching a great romantic comedy. Whether you need some cheering up or just want to get a good laugh, these movies always seem to have a way of putting us in a good mood! While at times these films may be cheesy, they still manage to make us laugh (and that’s what matters). Read on to discover some of our favorite romantic comedies with their side-splitting and heart-warming tales.
As we approach the holidays, I’m all for kicking things up a notch with swarthy red wines that turn your limbs to rubber and your face aglow.
Have you ever read those online dating profiles where the person sounds intelligent and generally interesting… until that fateful last line?
I have a question concerning how to explain my past marriages when I’m out on a date. I am 57-years-old and have been married four times. The first lasted five years. I was 19-years-old. The second lasted nine years. The third was a 15-year marriage and I became a widower. My last marriage (the fourth) lasted four years.
Aries, the transiting Sun is moving through Scorpio and through your solar 8th house of intimacy. The sun is our life force and where we focus on filling ourselves up with joy. When it’s moving through your solar 8th house, it’s time to cozy up to someone special and start getting real. I’m not exactly saying in a 50 shades of Grey kinda way, although if that suits your fancy then go for it, but the Universe is asking you to really get to know your significant other. Start asking the questions that you might have been avoiding. The 8th house is about intimacy, and trusting each other with your deepest secrets is just about as intimate as two can get!
The following guidelines will help you self-market. First, do your best to change whatever needs fixing. Second, don’t let whatever isn’t fixable show (and remember that if you are a work in progress). A date is not a rabbi or a therapist – it’s a date. Do not present less desirable qualities or bad situations as the definition of who you are. If you tell someone you are a problematic person and not worth their love right up front, they’ll probably do you the courtesy of believing you.
The playfulness and mystique of Halloween always makes it a great time to connect with potential dates. The trouble is you can never judge a person by their costume… or can you? Sure, Halloween’s a time to live out your greatest fantasies, but are those capes and fishnets really saying something deeper? Consider this article your guide to decoding the hidden meaning woven into your date’s costume.