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How to Find Love Online How to Find Love Online

“Red rover, Red rover. Would Jewish women 25-35 who like baseball and don’t smoke come over?” Of course, to find exactly what you’re looking for, you have to be honest. Yes, that’s right – you’re not perfect for everyone. I know it’s a terrible thing to realize. I’ll give you a minute to recover.

JDate’s Rabbi of the Month – Rabbi Ethan Franzel of Main Line Reform Temple in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania JDate’s Rabbi of the Month – Rabbi Ethan Franzel of Main Line Reform Temple in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania

“JDate, it’s simply something that is a part of the fabric of the modern Jewish world – for Jews across the generations, which is something I love! JDate Success Stories are inevitably fascinating because they are so varied – everyone has a story about how long they were on JDate, their successes and failures, the sometimes surprising relationship between an online profile and the person in real life, etc.” – Rabbi Ethan Franzel

How Social Media is Changing the World of Online Dating How Social Media is Changing the World of Online Dating

Recently at the Mashable holiday party, I spoke with good friend and fellow blogger David Berkowitz about the intersection between social media and online dating.  I proposed a new social network that would allow you to “rate” your dates similar to a Zagat® guide.  I was pleasantly surprised to hear that David had actually met his wife on JDate and scored an exclusive interview with him on his top dating tips for the lonely hearts out there.

JDate’s Rabbi of the Month – Rabbi Tamara Miller of The Center for Integrative Medicine, Washington, D.C. JDate’s Rabbi of the Month – Rabbi Tamara Miller of The Center for Integrative Medicine, Washington, D.C.

“I recommend JDate to all my single clients who want to find someone to connect with and, maybe, eventually marry. Joining JDate is a way of telling the universe that you are ready for love in all the right places with all the right people.”

– Rabbi Tamara Miller

For Valentine’s Day, the Perfect Gift: Hope and Inspiration For Valentine’s Day, the Perfect Gift: Hope and Inspiration

Life is more delightful than fiction!  I could not have envisioned, on that Sunday afternoon when I logged onto JDate, that two dreams would shortly come true: 1) I would find my soul mate at 62; and 2) I would publish a book, at 65.

JDate’s Rabbi of the Month – Rabbi Jason A. Miller of Congregation T’chiyah in Oak Park, Michigan JDate’s Rabbi of the Month – Rabbi Jason A. Miller of Congregation T’chiyah in Oak Park, Michigan

“JDate is the spark that single Jews need to find their Bashert. There’s truly someone out there for everyone.”
– Rabbi Jason A. Miller

JDate’s Rabbi of the Month – Rabbi Joshua Finkelstein of Temple Emanuel in North New Jersey JDate’s Rabbi of the Month – Rabbi Joshua Finkelstein of Temple Emanuel in North New Jersey

“I could not believe it, but Rabbi Finkelstein did not simply brush how the couple met under the carpet; rather, he made their meeting part of his speech. Rabbi Finkelstein emphasized that it was God’s hands that assisted the two in finding each other through the modern day miracle and venue of JDate.”

From Online to In Love: How Meeting in Person Makes the Difference From Online to In Love: How Meeting in Person Makes the Difference

Every JDater knows there are few things more thrilling than coming back to your computer and seeing that you’ve got a message from your latest crush. But sometimes, in our tech-infused world where talking on the phone seems old-fashioned, we forget that texting, emailing, and instant messaging are no match for meeting the real life, fantastic you, in person.

The Age Factor: Does it Really Matter? The Age Factor: Does it Really Matter?

Is age really nothing but a number? We asked JDaters in a recent Topic of the Week how they felt about ageism and romance and received a lot of varied opinions, but it appears that the majority think an age gap is okay. Here are some of our favorite responses.

How to Be a Mensch amongst the Madness How to Be a Mensch amongst the Madness

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.

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