At times, the world can be a difficult place to live for someone just trying to be a “good guy.” Familiar adages told time and time again such as “the squeaky wheel gets the grease,”“nice guys finish last” and “ladies really love a bad boy” unfortunately drive the point home that there aren’t too many advantages to being a nice guy.
In a recent Topic of the Week, we posed a question to JDate’s Message Boarders about just how much personal income matters when it comes to who they choose to date and JDaters responded with a wide variety of opinions. Here’s the top ten list of our favorite responses.
In September of ’07, JDate sailed away on an Eastern Mediterranean cruise. For Janice Levitt, the days were a trip through Jewish history in the land of antiquity and the nights a study of flirtatious behavior aboard the Jewish Love Boat.
JDate member Van Wallach writes candidly about how he found success using HurryDate, an alternative that brings online dating offline.
In May of 2006, a group of JDate members journeyed to Israel, many for the first time. Heidi Wasserman recounts her adventures and how they changed her forever.
So many JDates, so little time. With all the options presented by online personals, it’s hard to know when it’s time to focus on one person. David Israel writes about how he decided …
Part One: Welcome. You’ve Got Male.
If you’re an experienced dater, you’ve probably had your share of heartache. JDate member Van Wallach argues that opening up about painful lessons can show someone new that you’re looking for love, not just a good time.
As if dating isn’t tricky enough for Jews who want to marry within the religion, there are also complications when staying in the Tribe. Marnie Alexis Friedman explains why.
Who says that love and commitment have to lead to marriage? Not men, says Jason Weaver…