Rabbi Josh Yuter breaks down “dating to win” vs. “dating not to lose.”
Follow these 10 commandments to keep your karmic love slate clean in 2015 and onwards.
I am currently the “Transition Person” with a man who has been separated from his wife for about two years, but they still live in the same house… is this just a bad situation that I should get out of?
This year, set these 5 basic goals (that are a good base for other accomplishments) and take the first few steps without focusing on outcome or an ultimate win. Simply resolve to start changing in 2015!
“Joseph1215″ or “GreenEyedPoet”? If I gave you these two online dating usernames (both made up, of course), which profile do you think you’d click on?
Light up more than your candles this year! These bubbly wines add flair to the table and will make you blush (in more ways than one). This Hanukkah, here are eight sparkling wines to light up your nights!
I’m a 30-year-old guy and I’m a “child of divorce” – my parents split up when I was 10. It was a nasty split and it definitely had an impact on me. Obviously I still want to meet “The One” and get married myself someday, or I wouldn’t be on JDate, but it takes me a while to open up to women emotionally. Is that weird? And how do I get this message across to dates without revealing all my family baggage right off the bat?
Are you headed to the MatzoBall this year without a go-to pick-up line at the ready? Bad move. You’ll never land that mensch/shayna maidel without something to say to distinguish you from all the other Jews looking for their Beshert! Try one of these guaranteed-to-make-people-look-at-you-twice (no guarantee if it’s for positive or negative reasons) Chanukah-themed pick-up lines!
Only if you know your own choices and are willing to act on them, can you choose the right path and the right person for you.
The Holidays are all about being together and spending time with the most important people in your life. Sometimes, all that togetherness can be a little stressful — especially if it includes an intense travel schedule or getting to know some new family members. So, here are ten tips for surviving the holidays.