So you’re single for the biggest love fest of the year. Don’t worry – Here’s a list of coping tactics to see you through to Monday.
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We all have our way of keeping track of where a relationship is going. Some people document their progress through flowers bought (daisy, lily, rose), money spent (coffee, dinner, diamonds) or number of dates before sex. These days, it’s all about the text.
You have to do SOMETHING for Valentine’s Day. And if you’re dating a Jewish woman? Let’s just say there are a few rules to keep in mind.
My friend Gabe was finally ready to be back in the dating world. Unfortunately, his best prospects included a slightly shady character.
Shhh…Don’t say *that* word. It makes some guys squirm, as Zoe learns in the Jew-Date Diaries.
In this installment of the Jew-Date Diaries, Amy learns that curiosity sometimes kills the cat. Especially when it comes to Jdate.
In the fifth installment of The Jew-Date Diaries, “Lisa” takes a break from studying to have a dating adventure. She wasn’t prepared for what she’d encounter.
In the fourth installment of The Jew-Date Diaries, “Julia” gets some advice from her ima and learns that maybe she’d be looking for the wrong type of guy.
At what point in a relationship do you introduce your children to your special friend? The easy answer is, “Whenever you know that the relationship has a good chance of being long term”. It’s an accurate answer, safe, uncontroversial, at times realistic, and very boring. I’m not ready to accept that one, at least for this discussion. I want something more.