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Marriage you may say you want it, but afraid of the word committment. Maybe it is that you feel deep down that you are leading such a great single life, you are afraid of loosing what you have. The answer, you can have both. You can continue to have fun, see your friends, stay involved with the community, and have a spouse. It doesn’t stop when you are married you just have to continue to work to have both. Marriage is not giving up on what you had, but enhancing it and together making so much more.

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Look at dating as any other large challenge in your life. New job, new home, change of career, making a decision to return to school. What ever it is, you usually will go ahead with it, so to with dating, don’t be afraid to make the committment, it is worth it in the end.

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You have found yourself single, after your divorce, long term relationship, and you just have no idea where to start to look to meet. Network, check out your Local Community Center, Synagogue/Temple. Join groups…and with a click of a button, it is so easy to start searching the net to see what is available in your area. Jewish Single’s events, Jewish Dating on-line, the opportunity is out there. 

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You walk into a singles event, look around and within a few minutes you say, ” no one in here for me”. what are you thinking? How can you tell? Have you spoken to anyone, the rooms is crowded, how can you say that? Same with on-line services, you check out a profile, or do you look at the picture? Remember, some people really photograph well, and others don’t. Just as some can write really well, then you meet them..and they are nothing like the profile.

What am I saying?  Meet with them, spend some time talking. It is possible that someone who you would least expect  will end up being the person you are with.  Just give them a chance, and don’t make assumptions.

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You are dating, and things are getting serious, you are scared, not sure what to do…and you realize that now comes the decision, make a committment or RUN….what is your track record? Maybe it is time to re-think things through. Are you afraid to make this decision, and just end the relationship? It is time to realize,  by not taking the chance you may end up old and alone, is this what you want for your future? Open your self up a little for the risk it will probably be worth it in the end. You take challenges with work, your friends and probably all other aspects of your life, why not with dating?

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You are dating, and don’t know where to turn anymore. The bar scene is out, parties are difficult to meet at..where do you turn. Contact Jewish Dating Service’s in your area. Check them out, on the internet, local newspaper’s, or your synagogue/temple. They are out there, just be creative, and have some fun

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Keep going, don’t give up, use all you resources, every available contact, and don’t be so fussy. If you really want to meet then open yourself up just a little more. Don’t sit around at home, it will eventually get you down, go out and socialize you never know where you will actually meet your partner, or through who.

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Sometime’s the person you least expect to be your “match” may just be. So be open with matches, nothing wrong with just saying yes to a meeting over a cup of coffee.

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Dating it is frustrating, and takes time and effort. But take the time..and make the effort. Otherwise it could mean you will be alone…so think about it.

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You agree to go out with someone from another state/province. You call each other and the initial call goes really well. What next? Don’t think to yourself, I can’t go to visit right now, or no trip planned, so why bother speaking. Think…well let’s continue to talk, maybe even email each other  and see where it . If things progress, and you feel it is worth a face to face, then set up a time to meet in person.

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