Drop off your kids (ages 5–10) for a fun morning of creativity brought to you by JCA and Live Love Learn. Navigating postnatal depression—Jessica Friedmann in conversation with Lana Sussman pm – pm Parents are invited to this informal session in which Jessica will talk about some of the raw truths of her experience with postnatal depression, examined in her book of essays .f you don’t listen to a podcast (or eight), your coworker probably does—or your best friend, or your brother, or your grandma.But none for those Jewish dating singles living a Christian lifestyle While there are no specific internet Jewish dating sites at this time for this particular Jewish dating niche, there is still some good news.Because the databases of most of the top Christian dating services are so large, it fairly easy to find a Jewish single girl or guy who is also a Christian.
Much of the preservation begins with marriage, and a matchmaker is one of the most important and powerful members of the community. Aleeza Ben Shalom is a modern-day professional Jewish matchmaker in Philadelphia. How she operates as a matchmaker “For me, everything is viewed through a dating-for-marriage lens, so it’s not just a life coach, ‘let’s help you get your life in order.’ It’s, you know, if you don’t have a job and you need a job, we’re getting one because you’re stabilizing yourself so you’re ready for what’s about to come, if you have plans of being engaged and married.
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It can be a friend or a relative or a neighbor.” On getting paid for her services “Traditionally, once a match is made, a matchmaker is paid, you know, either upon engagement or marriage, depending on what the customs are, and the fees range anywhere from a thousand to several thousand dollars.” “Matchmakers were always paid, and it’s actually something that’s in the Torah, which is the Jewish Bible, that tells us we are obligated to pay our matchmaker, whether they’re professional or not professional, because it is supposed to bring you blessings in your relationship.” “There’s no better bargain than a really good spouse.
It’ll save you thousands of dollars in a divorce.” Other ways Jewish singles often meet “I know especially in our community, matches are often made at the Shabbat table. Right now, there is an awesome organization called Shabbat.com, and people can go onto the website, click to have a Shabbat meal with any family, in any part of the world, and you might just end up meeting your soul mate at that table.” “The Jewish tradition has delegated it to others, whether it’s somebody professional or not.