Tips on dating jewish men
This may be less true of a man widowed or divorced. (Which is a whole 'nother story...) Singles events are a good social outlet, and while they have their share of success stories, they are not the best way to meet a prospective date.The best way to meet someone with compatible interests, goals and personality is through the introductions of the friends, relatives, rabbis, teachers, synagogue members, neighbors, co-workers, etc.Have you and the other Jewish women you have seen at church events thought of mobilizing to open the eyes of Jewish leaders?
The book was originally written for a traditional audience, but its analysis and advice is helpful to a wide range of singles.Many of the most suitable over-40 men (in terms of common goals, functionality, compatible personalities) may be widowed or divorced.We know that many women who have never been married before would prefer to date a man who hasn't had a previous marriage, but we think that is a self-defeating stance.Most single events are for people in their 20s or early 30s. There is nothing more depressing than to be courted by a Jewish man who is considerably older than me.I want to date men my age, or up to 5 or 6 years older than I am.
It's important to cultivate relationships with your network and let the "members" know your goal of marriage and brief information about the type of man you're looking for.