Yes, we all love Broadway musicals, but there is one improvement that could be made to make us love them even more. Just think how much more relatable to us they’d be if they were revised to deal with Jewish dating.
First we have to heal our inner wounds and become aware of the barriers that keep us from attracting, magnetizing and experiencing our Beshert.
Tired of striking out on your coffee dates? Better review The Top 10 Least Successful Coffee Date Opening Lines for Jews…
We’re all familiar with the downside of dating—the rejection, nervousness, dangers, misrepresentation, time-suck, expense, frustrations—need I go on? But being an optimist, I prefer focusing on dating’s plusses. So, here are the top ten ways dating makes you a better human being (in spite of what your mother says.)
As difficult as dating is for everyone, it’s harder for people who, like myself, have some natural tendencies towards introversion.
I was in the middle of drafting this week’s post when I noticed several friends of mine sharing a recent New York Times article titled, “To Fall in Love with Anyone, Do This.” It’s easy to dismiss such a tantalizing headline as mere clickbait, but…
After my divorce, I experienced over 500 first dates, sacrificing myself on the altar of online dating, and enduring several lifetimes of crushing pre-date jitters. I emerged with a lighter wallet, an intact sense of humor, and more knowledge than I’d ever anticipated…
I think honesty is the best policy and that I owe someone a face-to-face break-up, and an explanation of why it won’t work out. [My brother] thinks explaining what went wrong only leads to unnecessary hurt feelings… Who’s right?
It’s so easy to feel humbled when one considers mankind’s greatest accomplishments and discoveries — fire, the wheel, the airplane, the polio vaccine, and now — JDate’s Mobile App.