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It is going to happen, either way until you meet your future partner. Rejection, you will reject many men/women during the dating process. Don’t take this as negetive, look at it that this person is not right for you and time to move on. For whatever reason, this was not the right person, but each time it is bringing you closer.

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Please, don’t go out with someone if you still have feelings for someone else. Get over it. Then start dating again.

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This is difficult, go into each date with a clean slate. You may have had a bad experience with someone, or the love of your life just broke off with you, but don’t compare the next date to this. Look at each person and see about there own qualities without comparisons. Make the decision if this person is right or wrong for you, by who they are, not if they have a similar trait to someone else. You may say no to a second date with them, and miss out, just be open

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You have decided to post your profile and picture on a Jewish Dating on-line site. Your picture should be clear as possible, don’t have it with someone else in it, this confuses the person and they don’t know who they are trying to be matched with. Don’t put up “Glamour Shots” is this really you? Get a picture that shows a little of who you are,enjoy sports, the outdoors, with your pets…but be natural as possible.

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You have your “ideal” match. Now take the expectations of what you are hoping to be matched with write it down on paper, and really look at it…are you hoping for too much? Don’t set your expectations too high. Yes we all want the perfect match, but the reality is we will have to settle for less. So really think of want you will not compromise on and what you are open to change..if you want PERFECT…then you may continue to wait or never get it, so think of your options. Alone and single, or with some one, who you can be very happy with. Remember no one is perfect, we all have our faults.

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HELP! I can’t get past the first date. Well maybe it is time to ask yourself, what do you talk about? The first date is not an interogation, it is lets see if we have some common interests to make it to the second date. Think of things that you would talk to a stranger when you meet them on the bus, or waiting in the check out line. General “chit chat”. Why not try the same. Maybe try going out in a casual setting, it’s summer time, a walk in the park, go for ice cream. Something that you enjoy doing, and can make the day/evening a fun outing. Go and just have fun…. One of my best first dates..a bike ride on the boardwalk, then a picnic dinner on the beach..

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You will always hear incredible stories on how people met. Through travels, the boy next door, blind dates, parties. You will not know how you will meet your spouse. But by sitting around and waiting it will not happen. You must be open minded and really consider when someone discusses a potential match for you.

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You have decided to use the services of one of the many on-line Jewish Dating sites. If you are posting pictures, don’t put one on the site with other people in it, people looking at the picture will be confused of which one you are. Try to get pictures that show the type of person you are, if you enjoy the outdoors, or doing a sport you like..if you are not usually all dressed up then don’t make your primary picture in a gown/tux. Oh…and glamour shots…are they the real you?

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You are meeting someone for the first time over a casual cup of coffee, or dinner. While you are preparing, think who you are? Dress that way. If you are a casual sort, then don’t overdue it, if you tend to dress very “upscale” then do it. But one thing to keep in mind, if you meet after a long day at work, and are tired and your appearance is a little out of sorts,  take the time to “clean yourself up”. . first impressions are usually what will get you to a second date.

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If you meet someone, and the first thoughts are, how can I change them, then you should know, that this person is not for you. Don’t expect to change someone, what you see is usually what you get. So if you are not happy with them the way they are, then don’t go any further.

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