1000's of Jewish singles met & married their soulmate through JWed since 2001.We've had this success because we have a singular mission of bringing Jewish singles together in marriage.
Any Jewish girl (or any girl, or any human being) worth a damn won't care how much money you make.
Are you one of those fake redheads who always brags about what a sassy redhead you are?
In short, Judaism says, Unless you’re close relatives or married to each other, don’t.
Understandably, this strikes some people as extreme.
But are you one of those fake Jews who has a Christmas tree?
Unless I have previously mentioned that I am on JDate, do not assume that I met a guy I'm going out with on JDate. It’s an age-old stereotype, but that doesn’t mean it can’t ring true in many cases. Amongst Jewish men, you’re somehow less likely to find the “let the boy make it for himself; he has to earn it without my help” sort of attitude. Plus, his third-generation American status affords him more upward mobility.He may very well be thrilled to help you out with this, but not to the extent of getting over-excited and blowing it on a hair-brained investment scheme. You’ll inevitably get it wrong, compared with her version and her mother’s before her. This entails some excitement, possibly travel, and an executive position of your own?Touching another person (in Hebrew, negiah), as casually as its regarded in many circles, is far more powerful than most of us appreciate.Traditional Judaism, always an astute observer of the human scene, stipulates that men and women who are not close relatives should exercise extreme caution and sensitivity in expressing affection for one another through touch.So the last way they’re going to try and resolve an argument is through fisticuffs.