“I’m a Jewish Girl and He Was an Arab Boy; What Was I Thinking?”
It started with looks, continued with conversations and ended with violence and being put to shame
Love For a Moment and then What?
Don't look for unnecessary relationships, wait for the real deal, wait until you're married
I was Looking for Mrs. Right and I Found Her!
Mrs. Right: “My profile was on the site for only one day and that was enough”!
Single and Suffering? Holiday Advice
When a woman is waiting, her mind understands many things that her heart can’t accept. The heart seeks a home, a warm corner, a good relationship, children, and in fact a longing to exit the soul’s bitter exile
Why Don’t I Get Married?
What makes it so difficult for us to decide? The paradox: The more afraid we are of mistakes the more we make. So start believing in yourselves!
I Waited Two Years Before I Signed Up- YOU Shouldn't!
"I signed up and found my husband almost immediately!"
Despair is Irrelevant
As a messenger you have to deliver regardless
Singles Get Ready! The Song of Splitting the Sea Will Help you Find Your Spouse!
This week in Beshalach we will read about the splitting of the sea. Why does the song about the splitting of the sea help someone to find his soulmate? When is the most auspicious time to say it? How does “tearing open” the sea assist in marital relationships?
Six Tips for Finding Your Match from Rabbanit Yamima Mizrachi
Rabbanit Yamima Mizrachi’s advice on finding your match is refreshing. See for yourself!
Causes for Delayed Marriage
In our generation, the number of people awaiting marriage is very large relative to the number of those in previous generations. Rabbi Zamir Cohen explains the main causes of delay, and provides both natural and spiritual solutions
What is Love? by Rabbi Zamir Cohen
The definition of love is: A pure desire by the one who loves, that his beloved will experience happiness. When this pure desire is fulfilled, the one who loves senses a true satisfaction - one that is much stronger than the satisfaction received by his beloved. And the more effort he exerts for his beloved, the more pleasure he receives in return
Shidduch Saga: The inadvertent shadchan
“You know me, you can always count on me to make trouble! “Mazal tov!”
An unlikely shadchan
Their grandchildren’s engagement
A Real Bubbemaise
My mom was the consummate go-between for many a young lady, young man, widow, widower, and divorcee. Read about the experiences of a skilled matchmaker
The Abandoned Nest - Unlikely Date
It seemed too unlikely a shidduch to succeed
A guy who’s divorced or one who grew up in a dysfunctional home
The Short End of The Deal
High class and thriftiness
The story that sold the shidduch